Saturday, 2 May 2009

PhotoHunt: walking

I am away from home as you read this.  I'm hoping to have a decent internet connection while I'm away, so all being well, I'll be visiting.

My entry this week, clearly from my archives, is of people walking in the snow.  It was taken in January.

They are walking along an old disused railway line which has been converted into a cycle and walking route.  As you can see by the footprints in the snow, plenty of people do enjoy walking through the countryside.  At first I was dubious about walking along a dead straight route, then having to turn around and come back the same way.  However there are enough places where the old line crosses a road so that you can take an alternative route back.

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  1. It's turning summery over here so it's nice to vicariously look at a picture of a cold scene over at your place/blog! :)

  2. A friend of mine once commented that if you turn back, you only get two halves of a walk.

  3. Nothing is as refreshing as walking on snow on the countryside - great picture.

    Hope you have a great May Trip!

  4. Now that's a shiver.....brrrrr
    Mine's up, too..

  5. It's great... love the snow... so sad we had none this year... but then rarely do we have even as much as in the picture. Mine is up here.

  6. What a nice place to walk and cycle. A good idea to do that with the old rail road.

    We got a bit of snow this year too.


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