Sunday, Memorial Day weekend. I went out for my morning run. This time I am bringing you with me, through my camera.
I started my run a little past six o’clock and the sun was already peaking in the horizon. It was a warm and breezy morning.
After I squeezed past the closed gate, I was out of our private subdivision and into the uninhabited backroads. From paved roads to gravel roads.
I just hope that when I am running on this gravel backroad that a car will not pass by or else I will be powdered with dust cloud and will be inhaling dirt. However this road is so deserted that rarely a car passes by here. In fact sometimes I’m afraid that if I collapse in this road, I think it may be hours before somebody will find me. But I don’t dwell on this thought.
The gravel road leads to a sleepy small town. The town consists of just two parallel roads, a small cafe, a gasoline station, an antique store, a church and a number of houses. In fact it is so small I can run around the whole town in about 5 minutes.
After rounding at the nearby small town, it was time to head back home.
As I stopped several times to take pictures, it took me more than an hour to finish today’s run of about 4 miles, a distance I usually cover in less than 45 minutes. But I had a lot of fun with the run and shoot…..pictures that is.
(all pictures taken with my i-Phone)