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A beautiful image of a person in wheelchair exploring the ocean

Sue Austin with an Amazing ability to cross one’s border,Deep sea diving in a wheelchair

When you make accessible the inaccessible. When you include the excluded. When you release the oppressed. Sue Austin, Deep sea diving in a wheelchair, there’s freedom in a great blue hole. Great courage, a big congratulation. Wonderful its persistence, but let’s be realistic; not all disabled have monetary access for that kind of chairs to dive into the water.

A beautiful image of a person in wheelchair exploring the ocean, ssi diving. 3 minutes of underwater beauty.

The video is beautiful, although of course, one wonders to serve the chair under the water , magic, beauty, wonder and the happiness of feeling incredibly free, Watch this Beautiful video, we only have different ways to do things, we all have the ability to achieve what we propose and so also help what others propose .

wheelchair exploring the ocean like you never see

When Sue Austin got a power chair 16 years ago, she felt a tremendous sense of freedom — yet others looked at her as though she had lost something. In her art, she aims to convey the spirit of wonder she feels wheeling through the world. Includes thrilling footage of an underwater wheelchair that lets her explore ocean beds, drifting through schools of fish, floating free in 360 degrees.

Really beautiful video reflecting the courage and decision of a woman who shows that there are no limits in her heart to contemplate some of the masterpiece of God’s creation. Yes, he looks free.

Fantastic of power wheelchair that God, delegate his wisdom to his children, to make it and meet the needs of all who wish to overcome their physical limitations; with confidence in their power to honor her!! She needs to get one of these, scuba diving mask, scuba shack, dive master . You don’t need wheels underwater. 

What makes me angry is that equipment geared towards handicapped individuals is always far more expensive… Its like sport is an exclusive club. A hand trike for example, so a friend of mine could enjoy cycling, is a good 2k more expensive than a regular trike.

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