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Actually, Im kicking at a height over my own head... and it does feel like Im flying when I do this. I have done this with my staff on fire, for performances, but not been photographed doing it. A photographer, with excellent timing, who happened to be on the beach at sunset, while I was training, asked me if he could get a shot of me... hence why no fire in this image. He used on-camera flash though, so there are no shadows, which makes it look like it is digitally super-imposed. Entered by Blake Scott Submitted on 2015-01-09 Views:4800