Category Archives: Running

Tranquilo Domingo: las calles de Lima, Perú transformada por Ciclodía

Calle de la ciudad transformada La avenida Arequipa es, como la mayoría de las calles de Lima, un lugar generalmente agitado, congestionado por el tráfico. Pero domingos por la mañana cambia. Los coches desaparezcan, los autobuses ya no surcan la … Continue reading

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Quiet Sunday: city street in Lima, Peru transformed with Ciclodía

City street transformed Avenida Arequipa is, like most of Lima’s streets, a usually hectic, congested place for traffic. But on Sunday mornings it changes. The cars disappear, the buses no longer ply the route for passengers. A street transformed for people to come out … Continue reading

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Calgary hurdles (#photos from #YYC Charter Schools Athletics event)

Calgary Charter Schools, including Connect Charter School, met at a cold and blustery Foothills Stadium for their annual athletics meeting on May 28. A full range of track and field events were competed for, the most photogenic being the technically challenging … Continue reading

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PhotoPoetry in Motion: War Veterans and War Memorials in #Washington DC

War Veterans Three Wars And more An outsiders tour Not of duty, Respect. Comrades cast From bullet metal Or carved from metamorphics That cure The test of time. Korean dawn No MASH No surgical martinis With laughs, A platoon. Cagily … Continue reading

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Urban Field Trip: An arterial gallery from Riverfront to Eastern Market via the Dequindre Cut, #Detroit

  Detroit’s Dequindre Cut Greenway used to be a busy Grand Trunk Railroad line. Constructed in the 1830s, it served factories along the Detroit River warehouse district. It was sunk below street level in the 1920’s to avoid increasingly congested … Continue reading

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PhotoPoetry in Motion: Beauty and the Bridge. Photos and poem from the Bow River, Calgary #YYC

Here is a contribution to this week-end’s International Poetry Day and International Water Day. Beauty and the Bridge You looked beautiful beneath the bridge Waving hair in a gentle wind As I approached I could see more And realized what … Continue reading

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Urban recce run 7: Hockey Town, Motor City…Detroit

Quite a few places in North America like to use the nick-name Hockey Town but Detroit always comes first to mind for me. The home of the Red Wings, the Joe Louis Arena is down the west end of the … Continue reading

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