Gosh! This is a good photo but I feel like it could just have been better. Maybe it's the imperfect framing, or the blurring caused by the wide aperture you used, but it gives me the feeling of being a step behind a perfect photo. A pity, but I like it anyway.
Felicitations on the DD. However, I will say, to be more accurate, your comment should have read: Free-runners practising free-running. Free-running and Parkour are indeed two different disciplines. I don't think you would have caught a traucer doing a handstand in such a location.
Still, felicitations. Capturing the human body doing any physical feat regardless what it is called is a treat.
Agreed. Great shot and all, but it's really frustrating to see free-running being referred to as parkour; and it only furthers the misinterpretation. I'd recommend clearing this up make to things easier for us traceurs trying to pass on our teachings of parkour. Congrats on the DD .