I recently went on a lovely Hillwalking and Meditation retreat, deep in the highlands of Scotland. The retreat is called Dhanakosa and is set next to a beautiful tranquill loch surrounded on all sides by mountains. It was a wonderful week – I did lots of walking and mediation as you’d expect but also some running and photograph taking too. Here’s a few of my favourite photos… More photos here http://www.flickr.com/photos/icklephotos/sets/72157631715952894/
Trains in India are long. So long in fact that it’s a shame they don’t use steam trains as a platform shrouded in steamy mist would look great for these massively long trains to slowly disappear into. I’m used to long trains. We have them here in the UK too and it’s a groovy thing as you can fit many people on them, but there’s one subtle difference I wasn’t prepared for when I visited...
Landirani is a charity helping orphans in Malawi. I gave their website a bit of an update recently, both outside and in. Along with a restructuring of the internal workings of the site it’s also had a visual update to a cleaner, more easier to use design.
I took this whilst on a London Walk around Green Park.
Thank you to the nice Mr Man for walking in the gap between these two stones, just as I was taking my last photo from my set of a photo a day for 30 days. You made it much more interesting 🙂