While this one also takes place at the Special Olympics event this young man walked up to me and asked if I would talk to him because he doesn't have a lot of people that come up and talk to him or is friends with him, I said absolutely I will be your friend and I will talk to you, heck I'll even give you a big hug is that cool? And he had the biggest smile on his face and accepted the hug which I'm glad was captured in this first picture, we began to chat about sports and just how the day was going and we talked for about 5 or 6 minutes and after we were done talking he told me that it was one of the best talks he's ever had because someone actually paid attention to him and listened which just broke my heart hearing that, I gave him another hug and told him we are Forever Friends and if you ever see me at one of these events come up to me and he said he promises! 😍
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(Above) In the original 1977 unaltered version of “A New Hope,” we get a brief exterior shot of Obi-Wan Kenobi’s home with Luke’s Landspeeder parked outside in the foreground. Even though it was a two second shot, I still remember it, especially the shape and design of this building which looked other-worldly. Lucas and his production team photographed this in 1976. The building is located in the Tunisian town “Ajim” which is on the island of Djerba. In the film, it appeared to be a dusty isolated outpost—“the Jundland Wastes are not to be traveled lightly.” (Below) A present day shot of the building which is situated right on the Mediterranean Sea—and used by the local fisherman. It would be so cool to visit this place. (Swipe) As we know...Obi-Wan’s house received an upgraded grandiose two second look in the Special Edition version of “A New Hope” which released in 1997. I personally prefer the original movie look of the home.