At the start of this project John Hee very kindly agreed to post pictures to my en route blog as I could not find a way to post pictures using my Palm TX PDA through my mobile phone. (That's a cell-phone for the US of A congregation).
So every time I took a picture on the walk I had to take two: One for me (a biggish 7.1 million pixels) and one for the blog (a weeny one) so I could email the weeny one to the excellent Mr Hee via my stone-age telephone on the very rare occasions I had a phone signal or when the O2 servers were behaving themselves. John then very kindly, out of the extreme goodness of his heart, posted them in the batches I sent through, in the right places amongst the text I had already blogged.
This way the blog had a little more 'readability' and impact and I would like to think that it made the fund-raising for Sue Ryder all the more effective.
Since coming back home I have been throwing myself wholeheartedly back into my business and so have not had a lot of time to indulge in my blog. However, I have occasionally been diving back into the bowels of my LEJOG photo library - the biggish pictures.
What has been fun is finding the pictures that I took in my minds eye, rather than what the camera actually captured. Put this down to catching a view in the far off distance and your mind zooming in on it and distilling the image. Its all there in the image, it just needs recapturing.
So - I have almost finished and the really good news is that there are a lot more big pictures than weeny ones. So I shall stick them on the web (not sure how as yet!) in the next few weeks so that you can all experience what I saw.
I had an incredibly good time and it's nice to share it with you all.