A few days ago, torrential rain and drastic wind gusts overcame America’s most hallowed grounds. Visitors ran for cover. News media piled into vehicles together. The streets flooded. Trees as old as the cemetery itself broke at the trunk and came crashing down. But America's Regiment endured. They found the low ground and held fast through the wind and the rain. Some had to be to ordered to stand down from planting flags, still determined to continue to honor the fallen. During the storm, one of the most extraordinary displays of discipline and dedication to duty ever to be witnessed at Arlington National Cemetery was taking place at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. With only a few watching from cover, a Tomb Sentinel approached the Unknowns with U.S. flags in hand. As thunder shook the ground and rains washed down without abandon, the Tomb Sentinel pierced through the elements with breath-taking precision. He knelt and placed the flags in honor of the Unknowns. For the select few who saw this moment, it was jaw-dropping. Humans have their limits, but The Old Guard has yet to meet theirs.
“È così che finisce la @beachvolleymarathon, sotto stormi di magliette e fiumi di spritz” (semicit.)
Ciao ragazzi, non indugiate con il doposole, ci rivediamo il 13 luglio a Senigallia per l’inizio di @deejay_xmasters 🤙🏼😍
If you are into techno, here is a part of my next Sound Pressure Radio Show with tracks from @oliver_rosemann & @arnaudletexier. Hope you'll enjoy it and see you on Thursday and make sure to hear this with your headphones 🚀 !