A couple who were beaten for posing on the edge of an infinity pool in Bali, received another blow to create a & # 39; dangerous & # 39; perfect picture for Instagram.
American travel bloggers Kelly Castille (33) and Kody Workman (32), originally from Louisiana and Michigan, shared a dramatic photo of themselves posing dangerously in the Humantay Lagoon in Peru on August 29.
The photo shows Kelly bravely hanging on a cliff with a foot resting off the rock, while holding her friend Kody – who was sitting on the edge – for support.
But while the couple defended themselves for photographing the image with a tripod, they had to deal with kickbacks from followers who smothered them because they seemed to endanger their lives again.
Travel bloggers Kelly Castille (33) and Kody Workman (32) have been shot again because they have a & # 39; dangerous & # 39; have taken a photo on Humantay Lagoon in Peru for Instagram
The couple defended themselves for taking the photo with a tripod and said: & # 39; there is a difference between risking your life and running the risk of having one & # 39;
& # 39; The world is waiting for you! Behind the crowd of those who want to see how to live a quiet and seated life is an open, unlined canvas, & said the caption.
& # 39; We recommend that you take a gamble, go beyond barriers of negativity and suppression of self-development and sketch the image of who you want to be. Never let yourself be beaten because you lead your life by people who are too scared to live their own lives.
& # 39; There is a difference between risking your life and running the risk of having one. We know which side we prefer, don't we? & # 39;
The photo led to a fierce debate in the comments section, with many people calling the couple's actions as & # 39; dangerous & # 39; and & # 39; stupid & # 39; slam shut.
& # 39; Just stupid that you don't think you are doing this to get people's attention … This is the stupidity of the millennial generation, & # 39; someone said.
Another said: & # 39; Do you really think it's a good idea to encourage others to risk their lives? You think the words you write are deep !! I find them stupid. & # 39;
And one said: & # 39; Promote stupidity by wrapping it in a nice picture! & # 39;
The photo led to a fierce debate in the comments section, with many people slamming the couple's actions as & # 39; dangerous & # 39; and & # 39; stupid & # 39;
People beat the pair for & # 39; promoting stupidity & # 39; in their perfect photo for Instagram
The couple had to deal with kickbacks from followers who blamed them for having once again put their need for likes for their own safety
Others wondered why the woman risked her life in the photo and now her boyfriend, to which Kelly responded and said the stunt was her idea
Others called Kody because he had his girlfriend pose on the riskier side of the photo.
& # 39; Notice how the man is not doing anything dangerous. He lets the woman do everything that is dangerous. Wow. What a real man. & # 39;
And another said: & # 39; Why always the girl on the risky side? & # 39;
Kelly, however, responded to the criticism and said the stunt was her idea.
& # 39; Maybe because I made my own decisions and wanted to take this photo, & # 39; she said.
However, many jumped in on the couple's defense and said they could make their own decisions about taking risky photos.
& # 39; You all care if they want to take such a photo, let them be, they are not children, they can make their own decisions, & # 39; someone said.
And another said: & # 39; I wouldn't do it myself, but that's no reason to criticize. So it is no different than parachuting, parkouring or speaking on stage. Everyone has different skills and risk tolerances. I'm glad you had the opportunity to take this photo, it's beautiful! If someone with fewer skills tries and dies, that is just natural selection. & # 39;
In April, the couple shared a picture of themselves posing on the edge of an infinity pool
The adventurous couple insisted that they be & # 39; super slow and careful & # 39; were when they took the photo of the stunt – and they & # 39; hold us responsible for the decisions we make & # 39;
The latest photo comes just a few months after the couple shared a photo of themselves on April 3, posing at the Kayon Jungle Resort in Ubud.
The photo shows Kelly hanging on the edge of a three-story swimming pool as he kisses boyfriend Kody, who stood in the water and held her by the arms, freeing her legs and torso.
However, others have spoken out to defend their actions and insisted that they be allowed to do what they want, provided they feel safe.
Ironically, the couple have addressed this subject in their original caption for the photo, which stated: “Our greatest power in life, our most important principle, is discernment. Only you can know your body, feel the space around you and understand your possibilities.
The couple has more than 160,000 Instagram followers (depicted by Kelly in the Philippines)
The adventurous couple have documented their traveling photos under @positravelty
& # 39; We all do well to remember this, knowing that not every action, style or path we see is replicated by others.
& # 39; Ultimately, we must hold ourselves responsible for the decisions we make. & # 39;
After receiving a number of negative comments, the couple then defended the image, insisting that they were & # 39; super slow and careful & # 39; were in setting the recording, and added that they had no fear during the stunt because they were & # 39; full & # 39; are trusting each other & # 39 ;.
& # 39; It was great to set this up, & # 39; Kelly said. & # 39; Kody was holding me very well. We fully trust each other.
& # 39; It was so wonderful to make this come out exactly as we had planned. We are safe and sound. & # 39;
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