Join the Fun!

Today is a new day! It is time to get away from the computer, put on those walking shoes, get out, get fit and be creative! How is walking a creative activity? Well, pick up your camera, take it with you and start clicking away! You will be amazed by all the interesting and wonderful things you will discover, on your ordinary walk, around your once familiar neighborhood.

Become a Creatively Fit Teammate!

Creatively Fit is a fitness/photography blog designed to motivate blogger/photographers to get in shape. Each day, participants from across the globe are encouraged to walk, click, and connect with others who are grabbing their walking shoes and their cameras in an effort to stay creative and fit.

The task is simple. Leave a comment on a post, stating that you would like to join, and include your email address. You will receive an invitation to join the team. The assignment:

1. Walk 30-60 minutes each day (3-5 days per week). Work within your fitness level. Set a time limit that you are comfortable with (10, 15, 20 minutes). It's all about having fun and getting moving. Creativity and Fitness are bonuses!!
2. Click - Take photos of your journey.
Everything and anything goes, but we like creativity.
3. Connect - Post your name, state or country, time of walk, and 4 or 5 photos to the Creatively Fit blog.
4. Encourage one another with your comments and posts. Comments help to motivate one another into getting out there and sharing some more!
5. That’s it!


Our goal is to motivate and inspire one another as we unite together on our journey to creative fitness!! We are so glad you stopped by!

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Cindy - Florida 9:20-10:20 AM

Today's walk was all business. This path runs right along 1-4 (the road that leads to Mickey Mouse). This fence fascinated me with all of the Spanish moss stuck in it. Read more about Spanish Moss on Hayley's post!

I passed by many modern office buildings. And was intrigued by the men washing the windows. They reminded me of Spiderman, or a scene from Mission Impossible. Looks dangerous!
You can see this building from I-4 and the bike path. It always grabs my attention. I clicked several times as I walked by, thinking of how I would compose a David Hockney style collage:). At Hayley's request, here is an example of a David Hockney photo collage. Click here, this example is similar to what I was going for here, but not typical of a Hockney collage. I think our creatively fit photo shoots would lend themselves nicely to this idea. It is sort of like Photo Cubism, varying perspectives of the same object collaged together to see different angles in one picture. Here's an example, click here. Hockneyizer here


The whole reason for taking this path was to cross over this bridge. It passes over I-4 and reminds me of a miniature Verrazano Narrows Bridge. We crossed the Verrazano dozens of times, when I was a kid, to visit my grandparents, in Staten Island.

Here are a few shots of the bridge coming back over from the other direction. And a couple of shots looking down at I-4.


What's a creatively fit walk without a little splash of color?! And a heart or two for Hayley:)

I enjoyed today's walk!
Did you?
Hope you're having a great day!
Cindy

3 comments:

Hayley @ When I Grow UP said...

Great pictures today! Scary spidey-guys! I wonder if they get hazard pay? You must have had a delightful walk across the bridge. I always wondered about walking over that bridge...

When I think David Hockney, all I can picture is a print that used to hang in my hair salon of a room full of furniture. I think it was called Large Interior. I'm not sure what kind of collage you are going for...direct me, as I am curious! ;)

Great "flight" capture too by the way.

Miriam said...

Love the pics as usual, I wish I can be more active, hopefully I will get back to walking. Curious, how has your weight changed and your measurements, I am sure by now all that good walking has resulted in more than just pictures. Please encourage me. It would also be nice to see how others have transformed since you started "creatively fit"
Thanks

Cindy @ Chalk it Up! said...

I've added a little Hockney info and examples of Hockney and Cubism at your request:)