Written Exercise 39 -Beautiful sunset
(Yesterday late in the) afternoon, I took a bike ride and by chance I saw a beautiful sunset. I took some pictures of the sunset(,) which I have attached. Please take a look at the following pictures. The sun was falling little by little. Finally, it (was) gone. (You) can see that the sun in pictures 1 to 5 are full, round and egg-yolk like. It really looks like an egg (to me). Its (or “The”) sunlight reflected on the river, which made the scene (even) more beautiful.
(I) suppose that (if) I had started (my) bike (ride) earlier, I would have seen (more of) the sunset. (or... “I would have been able to enjoy more of the sunset.”)
What a beautiful sunset, wasn't it?
The last one is a chart which recorded my bike ride route. The chart contained 7 (pieces) of information. It shows that the distance of my bike ride route was 14.10(km - no need for capitalization), the average speed was 9.9(km/h), the duration was an hour 25 (minutes - if you don’t abbreviate ‘an hour’, then don’t abbreviate the rest) and 26 seconds, the saving carbon emission was 1795.89g, the highest elevation was 29 (meters? / feet?), calorie consumption was 331.2, (and) the maximum speed was 28.58 (km/h).
From (analyzing - how we spell it in Canada anyway) the record data, you may think I rode too slowly, right? Well, (that is somewhat true). That's because I (stopped) and bought some food in a market (during my ride). I normally ride 18-20(km/h).
Corrected by Rob