Running with my camera

22 thoughts on “Running with my camera”

  1. I love instagram AND I love running! Your photos are great! Perhaps instagram will also motivate you to continue running even further, so you can capture even more amazing photos! What’s your instagram handle? I would love to follow!

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  2. Don’t worry Andrea, I just signed up for Instagram a few months ago too. And truth be told, I always forget to use it! Thanks for the reminder. πŸ™‚

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  3. The beauty of having four seasons is that nothing stays the same, including ‘the same old route’. I absolutely love your ‘running’ path. If it weren’t paved, I’d like to run a horse (with me on it) right down the middle of it.

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    1. There is a dirt road I haven’t yet explored – it looks like a farmer’s driveway, but I’d be on foot, so maybe they wouldn’t mind? I’ll post photos to Instagram if I am brave enough to run it one day.

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  4. Love how Instagram — and the possibility of a captured moment, right in your pocket (or, err, in the strap of your sports bra) — are encouraging you to run!

    It’s especially great to see how a person’s Instagram stream helps to build a more three-dimensional picture of “home” — thanks for sharing these with us.

    It’s always cool to find new ways of capturing something very familiar (a running route, for example). I love how my iPhone lens has helped me see new angles.

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  5. Cool pics – in both senses of the word. Funnily enough, I was thinking I should take my camera on my daily walks to take photos as blog-stock. (My phone and PC have fallen out and are no longer talking to each other, but my camera’s a neat but powerful wee thing, like myself πŸ™‚ )

    I’ve not been a fan of instagramed photos, finding them just too smooth. But seeing yours has made me reconsider – you have an been subtle in your editing and the photos still look real.

    Really like the shadow picture. Well done, you.

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