Hello, so my car needs repeare, all cool & dandy, i find the retailer on the GPS. Im a happy bunny, so as i need to get to work after, i need to figure out HOW to get my carless butt to work, no biggy, right?
Yeahhh your not me LOL :P Alarm set, car driven to retailer.. All cute & dandy..or NOT?
I before the hade checked how far the walking distance was to work, BUT i can maybe have forgot to set my GPS to WALK!! Summing it up, i hade the time to get to work byyyy bike.. Yeahhh cant say , last time i even took a bike ..ANYYYY were :P LOL
I hade 35min to walk a tooootal distance of 18km, i started out my #wednesdaywalk with a taxi drive ;) LOL :P
Found a stunning falcon while waiting for the taxi :D woop woop
Outside waiting.. a LOT he he things are waay slow, while one waits.. he he
At this walks we are suppose to look UP and down... yeah i went down alrightY :P
I hade a tailed partner, with a fluffy stunning tail :D Hope you like her
Ludvika has many lakes or water sections, so biiirdies are easy to find here , im ending todays #wednesdaywalk with a birdy AS im one lose bird LOL
I did my actually walking AT work, covered 19 floors & 1200steps and around 9,1km , hope that can count? ;)
Hope you enjoyed MY walk
My entry to #wednesdaywalk ;Wednesday Walk challenge hosted by @tattoodjay,
Try and get out once a week for a short walk, can be from your office, home or anywhere really and walk for a few blocks or a few minutes looking for things to get shots of.
Try and get a few shots not just one
You can look for anything in general or decide on one subject you want to get shots off.
Try to limit yourself to a set distance or time from the starting location, say 5 Blocks, 5 Minutes walk or whatever and see what you can find in that short distance
Make a point of looking around and up and see what you can find to get shots of that otherwise you may miss
Do a post with the shots you get on a Wednesday and tag it with #wednesdaywalk
|Settings||ISO 100 13-56mm f/5,6 1/200|
|Camera||Canon EOS 77D|
|Lens||Canon EF S18-55mm f/4-5.6G|