That’s better, down a bit today.
I dithered a bit about going out today. At first, I was pretty sure that I was going somewhere, though I wasn’t at all sure where. Then I thought that maybe I wouldn’t bother. But then I convinced myself that as it was another bright sunny day, though a bit windy, that I really should make the most of it and go for a walk. After all, this time last year it was bitterly cold and everything was covered in snow that showed no inclination to disappear.
So, I headed up to Durham Road then south through Low Fell and on to the Angel of the North. It’s been a while since my last visit, and I wanted to get some different pictures. I’ve got a few interesting ones with the Angel silhouetted against the bright sky, and I may put some of these on show later, but for now here’s one I took with the Sigma fisheye lens:
After getting my pictures, I walked back up Durham Road, turning off at Joicey Road and then through Saltwell Park, where I had a stroll around the lake. It ended up being a longer walk than I expected – Garmin tells me it was well over 7 miles, which isn’t as far as I went on last weekend’s walk, but still pretty good.