To show how cruel and back-stabbing Patterson is, I am going to tell you whom he sent. Three (!!!) little girls in their flashy bathing suits, supported by a wise old man in shiny neon shorts. (After all, we should be lucky he wore shorts...)

"Guys, this won't be easy. Patterson sent the best he could find."

With the power of cranked up Singh Ray shields and rings of polarized high-tech light rockets fresh from Silicon Valley, the young, death-defying soldiers strategically moved along the beach to the rock bridge of the Santa Cruz Battleground State Park. In a split second of inobservance, the fearless leader of the group, Josh, was wounded after losing power of his filter holding equipment, and the endeavor for free photography and light for all was put on hold. Fortunately, he recovered quickly and the three light soldiers were able to beat Patterson's army for now.

During the fallback, in a last attempt to grasp the safe straw; Patterson and his evil villains sent a final curse over the brave group, having them attacked by millions of photophagous (light-eating) aliens (rain drops) dropping from the sky. Even though Jave, Josh and David lost most of their protection, the fearless soldiers were able to fight back the wet sucking creatures and returned from another successful mission to protect humanity and make this world a safer --- and most of all, brighter --- place.

The victory then was joyously celebrated at a local Burgers joint.

(Disclaimer: No kids or other persons, nor marine creatures were hurt during any stage of the operation. The events, persons and locations are real, the story might be a little stretched for the sole purpose of reading pleasure and Jim is a pretty cool guy, actually.)

Discover more inspiring photos like this one.

Download the FREE 500px app Open in app