The Gallery Trees Is This Weeks Photo Challenge

The Gallery: Trees This Weeks Photo Challenge

The Gallery Trees Is This Weeks Photo Challenge. Hello. So I am finding my way around the world wide web and all things blog-related.

How lovely is it to find all these blogs in blog land!?

I also love discovering new blogs and reading blogs from all around the world.

It is my first ever week of joining in with The Gallery photo blog hop and just hopes I do this right 🙂 Ha!!

The Gallery Trees This Weeks Photo Challenge:

This week’s theme is Tree:

So my tree photo is of The Table Top Tree. A tree in between Nottingham and Worksop. It is on the A60 road from Nottingham and near to the town of  Mansfield. Have you heard of this tree before?

I really would like a seasonal picture of this tree. 4 seasons would be great!! Imagine how cool it would be!!

This tree itself reminds me of the time I ran The Mansfield Half Marathon. I did this race on the 27th of June 2010.

Everything thing was going great until I turned this corner at around 7 miles mark. This was my 2nd half marathon and thought I knew everything that I needed to know about running at the start of this race.

Turns out I did not!!

Having said that I had never trained in hot weather before.

The day I ran it, it was the hottest day of the year so far. I was dehydrated, got a migraine, and had tunnel vision. All starting at this point of the race for the next 6ish miles. It was a nightmare.

But…

I did complete…..

A kind old man even borrowed me his cap to finish the race. Next time I will know to hydrate properly, wear sunglasses and a cap in hot weather and, not to set off too fast!!

Hay hoo it is not the tree’s fault, is it!? Anyway, such a cool tree.

Don’t you think so?

Do any trees bring back memories for you?

Thanks for stopping by here today and I hope to see you soon.

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5 Comments

  1. Mummy Mishaps aka Jenny Paulin
    16th March 2011 / 8:53 am

    Welcome to the gallerY!What an unusually shaped tree that is! User if it has brought back good or bad marathon memories though 🙂

  2. 16th March 2011 / 8:56 am

    what a fantastic tree, I guess it's very old.I like scenes like this when the road has fitted around the tree

  3. SAHMlovingit
    16th March 2011 / 10:57 am

    Great first entry to The Gallery. Welcome :)That tree is great, so unusual. I'll have to ask my hubby if he knows this tree as he is from Nottingham.

  4. Funky Wellies
    16th March 2011 / 11:08 am

    Great shape, and congrats on the Half Marathon!

  5. My Corner of the World
    6th December 2020 / 9:06 pm

    What an unusual tree! Thanks for sharing it with us! I’m glad you finished the race and will be better prepared later.

    It’s great to see your link at ‘My Corner of the World’ this week!

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