Wordless Wednesday

A chilly, early morning hike…

Shona Skye Creations - Wordless Wednesday - Early Morning Wandering

I look at this picture and see beauty and also dedication. It was taken bright and early on a Saturday morning, during a hike The Hubster and our friend, Jay, took. They get out for the the beauty, the chance to take some pictures, and for exercise. The Hubster is down 100+ lbs. and this is a reminder that exercise doesn’t have to be boring and hard. Be consistent and reap the benefits – beauty, friendship, and health.

(Photo courtesy of my friend Jay, of J. Swisher Photography. Find him on Facebook, too, and purchase his work at Fine Art America.)

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10 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. Amber says:

    That is a great picture..I always admire those that have the gumption to get up early to do whatever it is they do (photo, hike, meditate, etc)
    Happy Wednesday!

  2. Cyndi Calhoun says:

    Another fanTAStic choice for Wordless Wednesday!! Beautiful photo Jay is SUPER-talented. Oh boy…I NEED to get my galleries set up on my website…it's a never-ending process, isn't it? Haha. Tweeted this.

  3. Christina Morley says:

    That is an awesome photo! I'm glad you left a comment, because I really can't visit everyone who links up. We had a record party this week too. I also read your shelter dog post. It was really great! I agree about the bad rap that pit bulls get and the puppy mills are an evil practice. Thanks for your work and efforts for these animals. Our dog is just wonderful and he's from the SPCA. Our lost kitten was handed in at the SPCA where she was originally adopted. If you haven't got the latest, please visit at http://abooksandmore.blogspot.com

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