Snowdrops and the dead on Flickr.
From a few weeks back on a killer hike in more ways than one. I know it might have looked like it over the last few weeks, but ‘And the Moon Rose’ has not been orphaned. It’s just been good to pursue other interests for a while at least. Hope everyone is doing well.
Hiking in a haze on Flickr.
17km hike starting from Christmas Common via several Oxfordshire villages on a cold, misty but beautiful February day.
I’ve had a good few weeks away from Tumblr. Over the years I’ve damaged myself playing various sports etc. but have found myself back in the gym and taking a pilates class which hopefully will allow me to enjoy days and hikes like Tuesday for a lot longer than might otherwise be the case.
It probably means my Tumblr visits will continue to be fleeting, although I will try and post a couple more shots from Tuesday in the next couple of days. Dropping in today I’m glad to see you are all posting great stuff as usual. Hope you are all doing well!
Last one standing on Flickr.
Back after a couple of days Tumblr break. Felt I’d been spending too much time on here, and for a while really thought about deleting my blog. Hoping that has passed but possibly need to cut back my time on here for a bit. Would also be good to go out and take some new photos…..
At the summit on Flickr.
Another panorama. This one from the top of Mount Snowdon in Wales. In the larger view, you can just see the top of the train that goes up and down (I did walk it - honest). If you follow its line to the lake on the right, you can just see the town of Llanberis where I started the hike up, and where I was to hike back down to.
Rhyolite Train Station panorama on Flickr.
Well, I said I wouldn’t post any archive shots (pre 2013), but I just want to try this new panorama feature a few more times, so perhaps I’ll have a “pano weekend” with a few posts.
This is the train station at Rhyolite ghost town just outside Death Valley. Sadly for the photo the fence doesn’t help, but it’s probably better there for the preservation of the building.