The Tennis Champ with her Killer Eyes firmly set in place (just a practice match, and yes, she's allowed to do so as France has issued their top players special papers that enable them to train in private. And the Champ is one of them, yee-hah. Framing not good, but that's the m4/3 world for you, when you try to do too much....
(as an aside, I am amazed at the IQ of this $150 dollar lens when I get it right. I really think at this moment in time that the 45-175 is one of the best value for money lenses you can buy in m4/3)
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Mademoiselle Anne was still not to impressed with my photography at the second high point of the day, the commune of Saint-Martin-de-Fugères in the Haute-Loire department in the region of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes in southern France. Will still had some more ups and downs to go on the day including the immediate descent into the river valley and Goudet.
Day 2 of 12 - Le Monastier-sur-Gazeille to Le Bouchet-Saint-Nicolas: Walking the Chemin de Stevenson (GR 70 Robert Louis Stevenson Trail) in the south of France.
Having left Mt Cooke proper we where now on the Bibbulmun Track heading to the Mt Cooke campsite and the point where we where to leave the Track. En route we encountered a couple of nameless ephemeral creeks. This one warranted a plank style bridge apparently. Alexandra is captured taking on the challenge of the plank.
We were walking the Bibbulmun Track in this section as part of Ibu Anne’s training to complete the Oxfam Trailwalker 50km. Anne ticked off the Trailwalker in early October 2018, having completed the 50 km walk.