Thursday, March 12, 2009

Out walking the other night

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With daylight savings time here already, it is possible to get out and get an evening walk in. Evening walks open the opportunities for great sunsets.
Evening walks provide a great chance for training for the Breast Cancer 3-Day. The more walks before the event, building up to longer and longer distances, the better prepared for walking 60 miles in three days.

You have to figure out when the light is going to fade, though, to be in time get safely back home.

What kind of views
could you enjoy
if you were
training for the
Breast Cancer 3-Day!?!


PERBS said...

It wouldn't matter -- just as long as it isn't raining and I had my camera with me.

kazu said...

Beautiful clouds.
Great photos!

Lew said...

Beautiful skies and a great time for a walk with a camera!

Guy D said...

Excellent shots, I love the unique colors.

Have a great weekend!
Regina In Pictures

RuneE said...
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RuneE said...

I enjoyed that last picture with its interesting cloud composition.

No summer time (as we call it here) as yet, so no late evening walks with sunset.

Cath said...

Oh they are fabulous! As you know I love a sunset. I would watch the sun set all day and all night except it is a physical, scientific and realistic impossibility. But I would.

Daryl said...

Fabulous shots, Kath!

imac said...

Its good to carry your camera, one never knows when a shot will present itself.

Gattina said...

I wished I could do an evening walk under such a beautiful sky !

Babooshka said...

These are knockout images. Always have a camera you just never know what's round corner