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0 thoughts on “Photocise: Why I’m doing it”

  1. The thing I miss about going running was seeing the changing seasons.I spent most of my time taking photos than running.As running has messed up my back even more and now effected my hips, I want to keep up going out more.I did #30days last month and want to #stay wild and this could be the thing for me.Sorry about the hashtags.

  2. brilliant idea, and lovely photos. I love going out to find and photograph the little details that we’d otherwise miss when out and about. Next time I go out for a little ‘photocise’, I’ll be sure to blog about it! πŸ™‚

  3. I love the idea of photcise it is perfect and I’m definitely going to be joining you. Mich x

  4. I love this.

    "No you can’t with me, I am going for a photocise"

    Funnily enough I have packed trainers for our holiday next week, the first time in seven years of going there.

    I like the idea of photocising

    Can it end with photodrinking and photoscoffing in a hostelry?

  5. Getting active without the need for lycra – love it! And there’s a lot to be said for fresh air and a change of scenery to boost your mood too. You might be on to something here πŸ˜‰

  6. This is me every time we go for a walk! Usually with my camera phone these days, but still, it can take some decent photos these days. πŸ™‚

  7. 84 caterpillars? Almost as bad as when Penny Alexander’s kids and mine were racing snails. Ugh. Beautifully captured caterpillars though. Nice idea for a bit of exercise and your lovely hobby πŸ™‚

  8. Wow – as ever the most beautiful images Annie, you are a super star! love it. #Photocise

  9. I’ve never referred to it as Photocise but will from now on. I’m often out walking with camera in hand, looking around for interesting things and feeling the release of stress as I enjoy the natural beauty of the outside world. There is really nothing more relaxing for me than to get out and breathe and wander even if just for half an hour. Healthy for the mind, body and spirit and necessary for me. I just posted my love for bees in flowers which is often what I’m out admiring on my walks lately. Summer is flowers and lots of them and those bees are busy.
    As ever, your posts are thought provoking and filled with the most gorgeous photos. I’m a great admirer of yours Annie. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Annie, this really resonates with me. Walking is my therapy. Not full-on power walking, just getting out somewhere green and noticing details and yes, photographing them.
    My next post was about just this but without the great term ‘photocise’. So thanks, I can now include that!
    Am off to have a read about the whole burnout thing as I’m fast approaching it πŸ™
    Sarah x

  11. LOVELY idea! So important to have a reason for fresh air every day. Your pictures are stunning – as ever. Love the "back to nature" side to this too. Especially with kids. Fab post x

  12. these are filled with magic and i am so happy to see you are back to photocising. i will try to join but i think there will be a lot of concrete…. xx

  13. A brilliant idea… photocise – the latest exercise for bloggers! Loving the pics – especially the caterpillars x

  14. I love this idea – we do photo walks but that’s more about encouraging the kids to take interesting photos as they both love photography and I really want to encourage that x

  15. This is such a great idea, I have 2 old digital cameras that I might let the boys use on a walk one day in the summer hols and see how they get on πŸ™‚ x

  16. I now have a name for my runs -photocise! I love heading out for walks and runs on nature trails but I just can’t ever leave my camera behind. I do find it really makes you look at your surroundings and gives you the perfect excuse for lots of stops and rests. Actually it’s also meant to be a great workout when you do spurts and then slow bits.

  17. Oh this is a great idea πŸ™‚ I’m going to have this a go. I need an excuse to exercise more and I’m constantly moaning at myself for not practicing photography more. Taking photos is something I really enjoy and I could improve if only I bothered to put the effort in. Thank you for the inspiration πŸ™‚

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