There are a few different routes I can take to get to work. If I take the most direct route, it's pretty short; less than a mile (0.7) and only takes ~10-15 minutes. It's not the most interesting; I walk along a pretty main road. Although, now prompted to think about it, there are a few things I pass. A shopping centre, two hotels, a student halls of residence, a pub, an old church and two parks. Some of the best things to look at mind are the people. I'm quite the fan of people-watching.
There is one constant, though. No matter which route I opt for, I have to cross one of the many bridges that straddle the River Avon. This one (along the most direct route) is essentially the last thing I see before I enter my work building. And on lovely, sunny mornings like today, it doesn't half perk me up. It's pretty, no? Cold, rainy, windy mornings are of course a different story.
The route home depends both on what I feel like and whether I need to make a supermarket stop. On sunny days, I particular enjoy this route across another bridge. The sun helps, obviously.
This month, I'm taking part in Blog Every Day in May (BEDM) and this is day 17.