Nearby Worry

This photograph is of a runner who has briefly paused her workout to stretch. She’s looking back the way she came as if someone or something is following her. I find the image to be an easy illustration of what we all currently feel about the virus. Things will of course eventually get better but, for now, the fear persists.

The Pure Joy of Running

Yesterday I was lucky enough to grab this quick photograph of the young lad running along the edge of the lagoon in Boston’s Public Garden. (I had a Fuji 23mm f2 lens on my XT3 camera.)

Exhaustion

They ran a BAA 10k marathon today starting and finishing in Boston Common. The crowd was huge and the runners knocked themselves out

Getting Very Wet

It’s not quite time to turn on the Frog Pond fountain in Boston Common but it should happen in a few more weeks. Since I just ordered a print of this photograph from WhiteWall I thought I might rush the season a bit and show it here.

Speaking of WhiteWall, if you don’t know about this company you should. It operates out of Germany and specializes in, among other things, borderless prints under acrylic. They do an absolutely fantastic job and the cost is really not that bad. Check them out. You’ll be glad that you did.

Hipster Jogger

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These young guys drive me crazy. They’re not only impossibly fit and dressed to the nines, they seem to want to be sure everyone in their vacinity notices how cool they are.

Zooming!!

P1010582-Editsmall.jpgWalking down Newbury Street yesterday I saw 2 young boys, most likely brothers, break away from their adult caretakers and go careening down the sidewalk at breakneck speed. I missed my chance to photograph the first kid and barely was able to catch the second as he went zooming by. What I like about this picture is the pure unfettered joy of a young child just running as fast as he can with not a care in the world.