Friday Photo Shootout - 'round and 'round and 'round...
we go. Since I got back from Hawaii, I've been (1)trying to wake up and (2) working. Up at 4:30 a.m. the last couple of days, I'm finally on a more civilized shift today, which just happens to be Friday. Robin and I put on our warm woolies this morning and went for a walk. I took my camera along, hoping to find a circle or two to photograph, because today's prompt (Thank you, Kerry) is Circles.
It felt great to get some exercise. Hawaii was lovely, but Robin and I have decided that our aging bodies are much better attuned to the climate of Vancouver Island (or England) than to tropical places. We hardly got any exercise while we were in Hawaii. The warmth felt good, but it wasn't conducive to walking or otherwise exerting ourselves.
Before I show you my circular finds, I must mention that I'm still having tropical breakfasts. I can't get those beautiful strawberry papayas here (they fit perfectly into a cereal bowl - just the right size for breakfast) but I can get Caribbean papayas, so I'm having a chunk of papaya with yoghurt and granola every day. Most delicious - and without the jet lag. ;>)
After that, there seemed to be circles everywhere. Somebody even left a piece of litter that fit the theme. I have no idea what it is.
I can truthfully report that this is not Hawaii. It's cold out there.
As we approached the car, which was parked in a lot along the Parkway, I found a manhole cover.
Then it was time to go take the photo that I had been thinking about along the walk - at the Tai Chi clubhouse. When I haven't been working or trying to catch up on sleep, I've been at Tai Chi class, making up for lost time. The movements of Tai Chi are circular, and so is its logo.
This was fun. I started out thinking I would take one or two photos, but I ended up with more than I could use - and I never got around to photographing piles of coins, though I considered it. We have lots of coins here in Canada - not just pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, but loonies - and toonies, too. Maybe one of our other Canadian members will do the honours.
I'm off to work now, leaving a musical circle for your enjoyment.