Yesterday’s weather was pretty perfect for a long run, so decided to go on one instead of postponing it to the weekend.
Preparations for the second season of the dreadful local version of one of my favourite shows, the Great British Bakeoff, are well under way.
This is where they’re doing the filming this year, and I’m pretty puzzled about it — I don’t see how this former hanger will have room for all the contestants. Oh well, where there’s rating there’s a way.
Met this crow on the way, and he looked pretty pleased with his perch.
Glorious sunset in the park. One of the reasons I love running in the evening so much.
Reading power station gleaming in the distance.
Sometimes Tel Aviv can be almost breathtaking.
10k done with a magnificent sunset over the Mediterranean.
Summer is here and the street performers are trying to make a buck.
This week’s long run wasn’t very long at all (see here for the reasons). It ended up being just a 5k (my third 5k this week), because I set out pretty late yesterday, and I don’t feel very comfortable running alone in the dark.
On the positive side of things, I did change up my route, which made for some pretty nifty photos of the Tel Aviv skyline.
Started out as the sun was just setting in a glorious pink, purple and orange.
Tel Aviv’s Marina is small but pretty.
Boat in the sunset. Also, you can see just how crappy my iPhone 6’s camera is when it comes to low light photography.
Tel Aviv’s “hotel-front”, backdropping the Marina.
Terrible photo, but that’s Tel Aviv’s port twinkling in the distance.
Sunset. I don’t know this guy, but he knows how to enjoy life.
Tel Aviv’s port, now an outdoor shopping mall of sorts.
A single remnant of the port’s old day’s as an actual port.
Even the ugly parts of Tel Aviv look nice.