After climbing so many stairs, I had to catch my breath ! This was early in the morning while I went for the weekly trek and couldn’t climb further without a short break. Huffing and puffing, I needed to drink water and of course it was time to click few pictures. I was having my i phone to do the honors.Â
This is a plateau with steep climb. As I started climbing I saw erected Buddha statues on both the sides of the stairs. They were made of metal, cement, fibre and were different in texture and shape from each other.It was so hot early in the morning and frankly speaking not a very conducive weather for trekking but since Tarun had found this route so couldn’t say no. We both went early in the morning and quickly climbed so that we could come back before sunrise. I was not able to match the pace with Tarun, was breathing heavily, sweating and finally sat down on a bench to catch my breath….refused to move till I felt okay. Poor him….he had no other option except sitting next to me and wait for my approval to start again.
Now a days I go out of breath so soon as I start running on my tread mill. May be age is catching up and I am losing on my stamina. I have to do something about it but what?…….
Would like to hear from you folks. How do manage to stay active? I’m finding difficult with each passing year.
Tell me all about it, although I do not have problems with breathing, more with my legs. Some days are good days and others each step is a trial. wonderful photos as always, I often take photos with my phone as I find I can upload them quicker onto a blog I want to write.
I think you are right. It seems as if I have lost my will to exercise. The harder I try the sooner I lose interest. I am enjoying my i phone experience, a new purchase. lot to learn.
I love the down view and these steps are a breath taker in a couple of ways – beauty and toughness – ha!
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When the going gets tough the tough gets going …. Just don’t give up
Rest will happen naturally ðŸ’ªðŸ‘
See the positive side, you could take photos of the beautiful scenery and the Buddha when you had your break 😀