A Wintery Walk

A Wintery Walk

Although I don’t make New Year’s Resolutions, I do have a list of things that I want to achieve from the year and one of those things is to spend less time in the car.  Having to drive the children to school and different clubs, I really do feel like much of my life is spent behind the wheel of the car and it can make you lazy and lethargic.  So this year, I intend to make the most of the lovely walks that surround me and either with the family to on my own.  As the children returned to school this week, I took the opportunity to walk up Bredon Hill.  There are lots of different walks and paths and even on a cold winter morning, it was amazing to breath in the cold fresh air and explore.

early morning sky

It seemed dark and dreary but without the distraction of the children, I took the time to really look at the colours and the stunning views.

morning sky

Bredon Hill

There is always something new to discover; pathways to choose, gateways to pass through, interesting trees and far from being dreary, there was colour everywhere.

gateway view from Bredon Hill

View from Bredon Hill

walking up Bredon Hill

tree stump

interesting trees

logs

lake

I felt so much better for the rest of the day and I can wholeheartedly say that a wintery walk really does blow the cobwebs away and give you time and space to think and see clearer.

Wintery Walks

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  2. January 12, 2015 / 9:07 am

    Such beautiful photos and so very true! Every day after I drop the kids off for school I go for either a run or a walk before I start work. I don’t go anywhere beautiful, but the fresh air and exercise really set me up for the day 🙂
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