Saturday, December 17, 2005

W&OD Trail and Four Mile Run: Urban Trail Photo Essay I


14 comments:

*jeanne* said...

COOOOOOOOOOOL Beans, Nancy Toby! :-)

New camera put to the test!! :-)

:-D

*jeanne*

nancytoby said...

Yeah, the new camera worked great!

I think maybe you had problems uploading photos before because it only accepted about 5 per post for me. Does that sound familiar? It may have some kind of time limit, too. I posted the first set of 5 photos, then it wouldn't let me add more. So I quit and came back about an hour later and then posted more in a new post.

I still don't know how to make the camera do close-ups correctly, though, gotta check the manual. They're not focused well.

Flo said...

Okay Nancy, you're having way too much fun with your new camera :) But keep those photos coming. I'm originally from the east coast and really, really miss the seasons.

bunnygirl said...

Nice trail! Is it a rail trail?

Ellie said...

Now everyone is going to get a little teeny camera to take running and biking with them, and we'll turn the whole tri-blogging world into photographers!

Nice pics, Nancy!

Dawn - Pink Chick said...

Great picktures. Love the camera.

Dawn - Pink Chick said...

oops sometimes my spelling really sucks. That should be pictures. I clicked the publish button too soon. Silly me.

nancytoby said...

Bunnygirl: Yeah, I thought the caboose might be a tipoff. :-)

Downhillnut said...

Love the feet. Little Runner does the same thing when she gets hold of my camera. She takes pictures of light switches, and her toys, and close-ups of the carpet...

When you figure out close-ups, teach me. I still have trouble with that one.

Julia said...

Is that an icy road and then...an ambulance? Ouch! That trail looks beautiful.

nancytoby said...

Julia:

That's right! Some poor cyclist went down on the bridge, I think. Fortunately (I think) she had a cell phone and had the two paramedics there when I came past. The actual ambulance could only park about 1/4 mile away.

Steph said...

ooooh, what a lovely place to run! great pics!

tarheeltri said...

thanks for posting the pics! I miss that trail!

Chad Brooks said...

Love the photos Nancy. Nice jog.