Discrete, Moveable – Beyond the Gym

Morning Walk - High Level, Alberta - Canada 1
Morning Walk – High Level, Alberta – Canada 1
Morning Walk - High Level, Alberta - Canada 2
Morning Walk – High Level, Alberta – Canada 2
Morning Walk - High Level, Alberta - Canada 3
Morning Walk – High Level, Alberta – Canada 3
Morning Walk - High Level, Alberta - Canada 4
Morning Walk – High Level, Alberta – Canada 4
Morning Walk - High Level, Alberta - Canada 5
Morning Walk – High Level, Alberta – Canada 5
Morning Walk - High Level, Alberta - Canada 6
Morning Walk – High Level, Alberta – Canada 6
Morning Walk - High Level, Alberta - Canada 7
Morning Walk – High Level, Alberta – Canada 7
Morning Walk - High Level, Alberta - Canada 8
Morning Walk – High Level, Alberta – Canada 8
Morning Walk - High Level, Alberta - Canada 9
Morning Walk – High Level, Alberta – Canada 9
Morning Walk - High Level, Alberta - Canada 10
Morning Walk – High Level, Alberta – Canada 10

It is a colder time of year in January; often we’ll have two or three weeks where northern cold from the arctic pushes down over us and us into -40C temperatures. Many people who exercise like to be outdoors; but, colder temperatures anchor them to a gym or within their basements with activity involving free weights and a treadmill. Some will make it outside at regular hours when there are others around, perhaps after work or in the evening. Their endeavor may be no more than a walk, a solitary effort or a discrete, moveable meeting place for two friends to discuss their worlds. At this time of year, what’s common, regardless of the time of day, is that you’re usually walking outside, beyond your work hours in darkness. For me, I favour an early morning walk, to be outside listening to a podcast or music prior to the day’s priorities becoming priorities for the day. Included here are early morning images gathered while walking (in the dark).

Listening to – Dream Academy’s ‘Life in a Northern Town,’ The Cranberries ‘Dreams,’ Aerosmith’s ‘Walk this Way’ and the Steep Canyon Rangers’ ‘More Bad Weather On the Way.’

Quote to Consider – “Your photography is a record of your living, for anyone who really sees.” – Paul Strand

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Great atmospheric shots

    1. Thank you, Maureen … 😉

  2. Miriam says:

    Love the photos. Felt like I was walking it with you.

    1. Hello again, Miriam:

      It is something to take my camera along with me on morning walks. Glad you connected with the images. Good schtuff!f

      Take care … 😉

      1. Miriam says:

        I always carry my camera as well. Or my phone. You never know what you’ll miss otherwise.

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