Sectoral #Heterochromia : In sectoral heterochromia, the person's iris has two entirely different colors in the same area. #Sectoral_heterochromia appears as an irregular #spot that is a different color than the person's eye color and does not form a complete ring around the person's pupil.
C'est enfin les vacances d'été 😍
Qui dit vacances dit liberté... Et qui dit liberté dit encore plus de temps pour surfer 🏄♀️
La #TeamNicki Surf vous attend du mardi au dimanche de 10h à 20h. Vous pourrez apprendre à surfer en toute sécurité ! Des créneaux dédiés aux enfant sont ouverts le dimanche matin et vous pouvez même privatiser les lieux si vous le souhaitez. En groupe, en famille, entre amis, pour un anniversaire, un séminaire ou un enterrement de vie de garçon, il existe des milliers de possibilités pour venir kiffer avec nous cet été 🤙
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Никогда не поздно начать себя усовершенствовать, все проблемы только в вашей голове. Приходится повторять некоторым людям несколько раз, что все только в ваших руках. Любите себя и своё тело, развивайтесь и не стойте на месте. Нет ничего невозможного, поверьте мне🙏🏼у вас всё получится, хватит сидеть на месте, начните реализовывать свои планы/мечты прямо сейчас☝🏼
My dreams came true…
At the beginning of this whole pandemic situation I started thinking how not to get crazy. I didn’t have a slackline spot at home but luckily I had a garden, which is the first and probably most important element in what happened next.
I noticed that between my two walnut trees there is 43m. I thought that is too long for the trickline, but with a-frames it might work. I organized a lot of pallets and after a few days I created the first version of my garden trickline spot.
Almost all worked perfectly… accept two things - it was very hard to tension this crazy long line even with a pully. Secondly, under the line I had grass which was pretty scary.
At first I solved the tensioning problem. I bought a electric winch, threw the steal rope out and replaced it with a static rope that has a pully at the end. I fully recommend this idea for everyone using a linegreap and has electricity next to the spot - tensioning became a piece of cake…
But still - I was too afraid to work on my doubles and some of my harder tricks without any crash pads.
For a long time I’ve been searching for the best solution to make the ground a bit softer. Finally I reminded myself that two yers ago a friend of mine Gregor who sews paragliders, offered me creating an airbag for me. I called him straight away and he agreed to help! He built a 8x10m airbag with ability to change height. The airbag is perfect for slackline but also for jumping some acrobatic stuff from very high with soft landing (for now I jumped maximum from around 10m high, but I’m sure that I’ll try higher). Gregor enjoyed his work and he is ready to build more of them!
Last, and the hardest problem to solve were the a-frames. To make my landings soft and safe, the airbag must have at least 2m of height which means that I needed 4m tall frames, strong enough to hold the trickline. It seemed impossible, but with irreplaceable help of @jankipe we created and built probably the biggest hang-frames in slackline. To build them we used 6m of 12x12cm glued laminated timber beams.