But Wait! There’s More!

18 March 2017 – At the risk of sounding entirely like an infomercial, there really is more.

More reigning to the rain than I’d noticed in my previous post.

So … stop!

And walk around the corner with me to see the rest of the parade.

There’s someone with a big purse hung straight down …

and someone with a potted plant (I think) balanced forward …

and someone with assorted gear slung backward.

Each also with a coffee cup, you’ll notice.

And an umbrella!

 

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  1. I love the peacefulness of these images, despite the bustle!

    (I’ve been meaning to ask – why icelandpenny?)

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    • I began blogging beg. of 2012, when I was training for a 6-day charity trek in Iceland & wanted to keep my supporters informed. A nephew nicknamed me “Iceland Penny” & I adopted it for the URL. Initially I called the blog itself “The Sagas of Iceland Penny” but later changed it to “Walking Woman.”

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