2 COLT Riders tackle the Fearsome Cross of Greet Climb
After a busy week of trying to fit editing photos around my day job, I’m pleased to say that all photos from Le Terrier are now uploaded and available to view in my gallery.
Well done to all riders who managed the rider, be it the short, medium or the vicious long route. It was certainly a great day for it – much better than the cold wet and windy day when I tackled the medium route 2 years ago!
If you’re interested in buying photos please use the ‘add to cart’ feature in the gallery section rather than the link at the top of this blog for (pre 2014) flickr photos as it makes life much easier for me in tracking and dealing with order.
Ok, here we go. The First batch of photos from Le Terrier are now live on my http://sales.mattmuir.co.uk. I’ve tried my best to identidy riders so finding yourself should be as simple as sticking you name into the search box In the top left corner. For those of you who’s number I couldn’t see or identify, if I managed to catch you, your photos will be at the end of the gallery. There are currently over 300 photos on the site, taken on boundary Hill with more to come from cross of greet as a soon as I can manage to get them sorted (I do have a day job too!). I’ll also be doing work to tidy up and streamline my new sales platform so I’d be grateful for any feedback you have.
I just thought I’d post a quick update on Le Terrier photos as I’ve had a few people asking when they’ll be online. In the words of Douglas Adams’ famous guide to the universe ‘Don’t Panic’. As you can see by the photo below I’m currently hard at work trying to get photos processed and ready to go online. Fingers crossed I should be able to get the first batch (taken on Trough of Bowland, Boundary hil) up at a push tonight but more likely tomorrow evening.
More updates here as photos appear online.