Breathless

I ventured out this morning to walk to the library as I am starting to feel much better now.

I did have to stop for a rest on the way there,  in the coffee shop of course,  and then on the way back  I sat on a seafront bench as I had become quite breathless. 

It was a glorious, cold,  crisp, sunny day and the sight of the waves gently tumbling onto the beach certainly took my breath away.

(I had a go at the Panorama setting on my camera).

I enjoyed my short rest... until the chap in the mini 4x4 pulled up and chucked a bagful of bread out of his window for the seagulls.

I beat a hasty retreat.



22 comments:

  1. I've never tried Panorama. I'm more of a World in Action person.

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    1. Oh but Panorama gives a much wider view of the world, Tasker.

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  2. Lovely peaceful scene whatever the setting. Glad you are feeling better.

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  3. If you're getting breathless, perhaps you should consider investing in a mobility scooter. They often come with front baskets which will be handy for shopping.

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    1. Good suggestion YP. Do they come in pink I wonder?

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  4. Glad to hear you're feeling better. Slowly slowly catchee monkey. At least you had enough energy to make a hasty retreat! Darn wildlife. And yours drive jeeps 😆

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  5. Glad you are on the mend. Lovely place for a rest.

    Wouldn't it have been fun if you could've chucked some bread back at the moron in the mini?

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    1. He didn't hang around long. Stopped, opened the window, chucked out the bread then scarpered before the flock of screaming gulls could cr@p all over his jeep.

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  6. I love the amazing blue sky in your photo! Perfect to sit there and just take it all in! Glad you are feeling better.

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    1. Thanks Ellen. It was a beautiful autumn day.

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  7. I'm glad you're feeling better. The seagull man sounds like a real bird brain.

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  8. Good to hear you are feeling better. A nice place to sit and catch your breath, until the seagull man! At least you had the energy to beat your hasty retreat though!!

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  9. Glad to hear that you are on the mend at least. Good luck with the full recovery.

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  10. Keep taking the Panoramic pictures they're brilliant!

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  11. Glad you’re feeling better and you are indeed a master of the panorama!

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    1. My first attempt Bob. Seems a bit distorted.

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