Thursday, October 30, 2008

Green eye monster

Jealousy, the green eyed monster. It’s not often that I succumb to this but in this case I will make an exception. Trevor, our very good friend, spent yesterday walking in the Lake District, that on its own is enough to make one jealous, but I could have resisted the feelings. Then he informed us that he had walked to 2 of the most remote of fell tops, by the route that took him down one of the most remote valleys, past a beautiful and again remote lake, which from the sounds of it he had to him self, again I resist the temptation to feel jealous. Then he informs us that he got to the top of one of the fells and got snow, and not just a bit but a complete white out, so there’s me sat at my desk in a crowded office, while he is all alone on top of a very remote mountain in a blizzard. Jealous does not even come close to how I feel, I’m turning green just writing about it. Needless to say, Trevor got back safe and sound and will probably be dinning out on the story of his great day out for months to come, as I would.
Picture today is of a mist covered Rudyard lake, about as close as I came to any where remote yesterday.




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5 comments:

aims said...

I don't know if I would be that jealous Brett - especially with such a beautiful picture.

Snow - blah - we have way too much of it for way too long. I'm getting mighty tired of it and it hasn't even snowed here yet.

Kasia said...

Well I am quite jealous of that photograph! God I wish I could take a photo like that. Well actually I guess it would have been quite enough if I could spot such a beautiful sight :)

Princess Pointful said...

I love how evenly hazy that photo is. And, yes, I get jealous of those on escapes from the city and day-to-day life sometimes, too.

Michaela said...

Hahaha. I'm jealous of your talent. Love the pic!

The Giraffe Head Tree said...

Fell Schmell....your photograph offering here tops anything that ole Trevor mighta captured. This capture is stunning. Well done.

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