Every week when Debbie and I walk the canal, we turn on the Runkeeper app on my iPhone. The distance rarely changes more than 0.1 of a mile, but our time is improving. The best part about having my phone handy is that it's ready to capture a lovely view. Here are two reflections for this week's Pairs at Helena's blog. Check out the rest of them there.
This is the first bridge we walk under as we leave Shoen Place in Pittsford. I didn't notice that the reflection of the sky is much more detailed in the photograph than the actual sky until I uploaded the photo.
I don't know the technical name for this structure, but it's used to control the amount of water in the canal. You can see the difference in light between the two photos. This one was taken on our way back to Pittsford, probably an hour later than the first photo. I love the arrows pointing at one another.
It's a good thing we weren't hoping to walk today! It's nearly 7:30 in the morning, and still almost dark since it's been raining and blowing ever since last night. It's gotten much cooler, too. It's supposed to clear up (but not warm up) this afternoon. I hope it does because we've been invited to a fall celebration at Skylar's school which will take place outside.