Monday Photos 2021 #05

It was another week of good running, managing 40-ish miles with hill pyramids, trail LR in the dark (don’t try this at home!) and rounding it off with a Date Run – and the first bbq of the year! The date run was a 7.5 mi / 12km loop we hadn’t tried before, setting off…

Monday Photos 2021 #04

It took me three weeks since my last LR, but I finally went out again for a lovely run in and about Bradgate Park on Saturday. The mud was especially wet and squashy, and the wind of the kind that builds waves in puddles! My least favourite bit was the sideways hale, but occasionally the…

Monday Photograph #53

Have you heard the story of Tsutomu Yamaguchi, the only man to have survived both atomic bombs in Hiroshima and Nagasaki?

Prepare now for the story of Demi Tsekrekou, one of many to have survived the cancellation of both half marathons in Leicester and Peterborough!

Monday Photograph #52

As a child I had a fascination with wild places, and in particular forests. Probably a combination of being exposed to them as magical places where adventure took place (I am of the Smurf and Asterix generation after all!) and their relative rarity in Athens where I grew up! One of the very few memories…

Monday Photograph #51

It was a terrible LR, but on a lovely route! From Glen Parva to the south of Leicester, northwards along the canal and following the river Soar through the city centre and onwards to Watermead Country Park before looping my way back again. It was the fifth time I was running it, but I wasn’t…

Monday Photograph #10

The photo of the week that was… …photo courtesy of Kyriakos. And this is how it’s been feeling a bit of late, nothing pretty, just head down and carrying on with carrying on. I’m not training for anything or even following any sort of plan, just trying to keep momentum and not fall into the…

Monday Photograph #9

The photo of the week that was… …and this time it is three for the price of one, to compensate you for the recent lack of other content: