With the new school-year starting less than a week after our return from Europe, there hasn't been time yet to go back and finish organizing/editing the hundreds of photos on my iPhone...Each day, two or three get done in the afternoon...
As a starting point, then, for posting some of those scenes here: some of this summer's scenic runs...A while back I got one of those hand-strappy-water-bottles for running, and conveniently enough, the ID zipper pocket on the side just fits my iPhone:
|(from yesterday morning in Saguaro Nat'l Park)|
So, when I'm not doing my routine neighborhood-morning-run,
my iPhone often comes with me...
...as it did along the trail between the Savannah River and the Augusta Canal, when I was in Georgia back in June:
...Spanish-moss...19th-c. architecture...and lots of water...
In Paris, on my first morning back in 11 years,
along the Canal St.-Martin:
|the Cité des Sciences, Europe's biggest science museum, in the Parc de la Villette|
Staying with some friends on Paris' southwestern edge,
trails in the hilly forest above St.-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse:
Down to the South of France--
running along the Canal du Midi, near Toulouse:
And then down to Barcelona:
--along the waterfront of the Olympic Village, Frank Gehry's "Peix" (fish) sculpture:
ahh, the Mediterranean...
And then, Madrid:
--starting point, in the Plaza Santa Ana,
in front of our hotel and Hemingway's old haunt:
...the Palacio de Cristal, originally built in the 19th-c. to house
flora and fauna from the Philippines...
|across from the entrance to the Park, part of the Prado,|
housed in what was once the Ballroom of the Buen Retiro Palace
|storefront: Velázquez' Infanta, with a 'free the Canary Islands' slogan...|