Started early today, and once again was rewarded by pretty magnificent sights.
The geese were out in force, entirely fearless, grazing wherever they pleased.
Isn’t that view magnificent?
A man fed a group of stray cats and night herons before sitting down to fish. The cats had the good sense to keep a wary distance from these well-armed birds.
A night heron between the rushes.
A total of 10k run today, 5k run yesterday and 25k run this week. Not bad at all.
Taken on a humid and crowded 6k run on the Tel Aviv promenade. No better view to be had.
Sunrise over the Tel Aviv port.
Lonely park bench near the river seeking tired old couple to keep it company. Idyllic view guaranteed.
Started out extra early (before 6AM), since it was going to be a super hot day.
The sun had just come up, the promenade was practically deserted (early morning on a Saturday will do that for you), and the air was relatively cool, though still humid.
I wasn’t the only one enjoying the early morning breeze — these little guys were taking cover from the sun by the time I ran back.
The sun made everything seem gloriously golden… A breathtaking sight.
You can just make out the Night Heron looking out at the ducks. He was still there when I ran back.
Ducks having fun in the sun, around the 3K mark.
Making my way back, around the 7K mark. The park had come to life, and the sun was starting to blaze away.
Night Heron still there, standing like a watchman, keeping an eye on the river.
Last view of the river and the birds, before the final stretch home.
10K run, and well worth setting the alarm for.