It’s Phriday – in the capital
We were in Canberra earlier in the week, with my daughter, son in law and some friends from the UK, and we went for a walk up Mt Ainslie. It was the first time we’ve walked up Mt Ainslie and considering we’ve visited Canberra many times, and like walking, I did wonder why we haven’t done it before. Our English friends enjoyed the uphill track, through the Aussie bush, with colourful birds and lots of people out and about on a crisp winter’s morning. Many people were running up and down the track, it’s quite common to use it as a training run apparently. I’ll have to build my running up a bit before I attempt to run up and down the track.
The views from the walk were spectacular and once at the top the whole of Canberra was laid out beautifully before us.
I took this photo on my iPhone 6S, edited and posted it in my Instagram feed. (If you’re on Instagram look me up: @debs__world)
I must say that I’m very impressed with the clarity of the photo all things considered! The walk was a capital idea for many reasons.
Canberra is a lovely city and many people don’t know that it’s actually the capital of Australia.
iPhriday is where we get to share a photo taken during the week with a mobile phone. Thanks to Lisa at Graydaysandcoffee for starting this Friday obsession.You can see my previous iPhriday posts by clicking this link – iPhriday posts.
It’s really surprising what our phones can do these days isn’t it?
Enjoy your weekend!