Where Are My Blue Shoes?
I learnt more than I thought I would on that trip, for example , the uneven stone covered ground results in aching feet, whether you're wearing Wellington boots or not. I learnt walking up a hill requires a lot of energy, especially when you're carrying equipment, so next time- I won't. I also learnt that sometimes it's worth all that energy because the view from up there was breathtaking. I don't like heights but this was different, I was looking over everything but I was a part of it at the same time. I took a few pictures but the camera on my phone isn't great, so I'm not really sure if the beauty of it was really captured.
, but when I walked across the fields all the troubles in my mind didn't feel like anything, I just wanted to sit on the grass and just relax and admire nature, and it felt good.
I don't know if it's just me but there is something about nature and seeing that sort of natural beauty that gets me excited, there were a few tasks that needed to be completed and I found myself doing things I might normally think twice about, like almost getting knee deep into a pond which I couldn't see into.
I'll leave you with some pictures I took, that's another thing about the countryside some really beautiful pictures can be taken. Tell me about your countryside experiences, do you have some good pictures of the countryside? Do you ever just want to sit there and stare? Let me know in the comments below or tweet to me @throughmyshoes
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