A flying start at the tail-end of Wordless Wednesday


Young R setting off - picture courtesy of anudder mudder wif better equipment than mine ...

Young R setting off – picture courtesy of anudder mudder wif better equipment than mine …

Immy running(I can never be totally wordless – as may have been noticed time and again!)

The above picture reminded me strongly of this illustration Amanda Fieldgate did for my ‘Immy’ series, of Immy with hair also flying …

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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies.
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20 Responses to A flying start at the tail-end of Wordless Wednesday

  1. Ruth2Day says:

    brilliant photo. I can see the excitement and determination there.

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  2. Mél@nie says:

    sooo cute! 🙂 sack race is not popular in “old Europe”… 😉

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  3. libraschild says:

    pigtails in the air – brilliant photo, even more airborne than footy’s contribution to immy!

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  4. This image is a good as one of a horse galloping with all 4 hooves off the ground. Love those tails flying!

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  5. Yes, very similar indeed. So how did she do?

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  6. melouisef says:

    Happy to see some kids still getting some excervise

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  7. Tom Merriman says:

    Good capture of movement there, Col… although you’ve brought back memories of my sports days / daze now and I need to retire to a darkened room…

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