Flying in the desert

There is something very primal and right about doing aerial in the desert.

Flying in the Desert - Emily Cage
For a long time now i’ve been wanting to go out and do aerial in different landscapes, and 2 days ago i finally did.
We were on the way back from a holiday and we stopped in the middle of the road next to a huge crater called “Makhtesh Ramon” where my rigger husband hanged my hammock and i did some aerial.
The feeling of the wind caresses your body when you are outside is so liberating and calming.
At the beginning i was a bit overwhelmed by the open space around me, but i got used to it quite fast, which left me “only” with my fear of height…

But, as you can see at the photos the hammock was hanged very low, so i could always take a look at the floor, and get my piece again.

It was very calming and liberating, and i am planning to do that again very soon.
Hope you will like the photos,
xxx
Emily
Flying in the Desert - Emily Cage
Flying in the Desert - Emily Cage
Flying in the Desert - Emily Cage
Flying in the Desert - Emily Cage
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