postcards from the new normal
That's a great quote, and the photos are lovely, especially that of the rainbow. Greetings!
Thanks B. And greetings from here!
Actually Gwil I like the other photographs more - they have such beautiful light and shade. You speak of the floods in Japan - I saw the film of them on the TV News - they looked horrendous.
More rain on the way. Just what they don't need. I like them in the order given.
__ That Sun stepping through the tree's limbs, such nifty photos Gwilym! _mnature is artit poses within such eyesthe minds brush
The windows of the soul somebody once said about eyes.
My favourites are the first two. at different timeshe stood there
Ah, we're agreed. I tried to visit your blogged and got a banned site message. Something about unsuitable material. I think the Internet is paranoid. Mind you I'm not surprised when I think about what goes on on it.
I can't think why. I haven't featured anything but Le Tour and a drawing of birds (swifts) for days. They must be beyond paranoid.
I just got same message for another website. Must be a technical prob. Hope to sort it out.
Back to normal.
Love the photos and quote. Many congrats on being the oldest race competitor in your 1/5 marathon. Hope you won your age catagory :o). 45 mins, a tidy time. We did a local 4.5 mile through woods last night with club runners. I got in in 39 mins but didn't enjoy it. Too fast. Am much preferring the longer slower distances. Wondered what your preference is? CT.
They only had a M60 category so I was ar wrong end of the decade :)- I don't have much speed in my legs these days so I like a race with a gentle start. I'm hoping to do a half marathon in September, but I'll do some shorter uphill races also. A 10 km with about 500 mtrs ascent is ok. I don't do 2,000 mtrs ascents anymore :).