Celia Hart's blog about what's going on in and around her studio.
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Friday, 15 February 2013

Walking =

Unwinding
Gathering inspiration
Drawing in my mind's eye

 New boots
 
 Following a herd of deer
but not seeing them

 Blue sky
Red tiles
Hedge

 Sun in my eyes

 Sun on my back

5 km
Niggling achilles



Celia
x

13 comments:

  1. Nice day for a walk, shame about your achilles. I sympathise with you completely I know how painful it can be. I had my achilles injected with my own blood (!) to heal it. It worked amazingly. Just found your blog so quite a bit of back reading to catch up on. Sue x

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    1. Oh good lord! I have chronic Achilles problems -must look into it.

      Lovely post Celia -isn't it lovely to feel the sun?

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  2. We had sun today too, it lifted my spirits as nothing else can.

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  3. It's been beautiful today....almost believe spring is on its way! :) x

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  4. The snow drifts are still here but are juxtapositioned against bright sunlight hedges. That wonderful time between winter and not quite spring. Full of anticipation.

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  5. 5km and not muddy! You did well ;-)
    Poor you with achilles

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  6. Nice boots. Bet that herd of deer saw you, though ;) Hope the Achilles feels better soonest!

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  7. I LOVE your socks :) That is one beautiful walk, but hope you give that Achilles rest now xx

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  8. love the boots and roof...local?

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  9. good job!
    love the boots!
    xxx

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  10. Loving the roof photo ... we have a similar barn near here that I keep meaning to snap!

    Hope that Achilles tendon is behaving now!

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  11. Couldn't agree with you more about the sun.Wonderful to feel it on your face. On the beach in 12 degrees yesterday. It felt positively tropical! Sadly, today had reverted to Antarctic conditions but I feel we've turned a corner...

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