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I've started taking photos on my runs as well but I only have a crap iPhone camera so they dont look that great
Those photos are amazing! How the hell do you train for MDS? I've always wanted to do it!
Very nice. The first set of pics almost makes me want to do my runs very early in the morning. Almost.
I don't often take a camera on a run, unless I'm on holiday. 4.5 miles continuous uphill run from my hotel the other week gets you a nice view over Sorrento and the Bay of Naples:
Right, that's me packing my camera on my next LSR.
Not sure they'll compare to the great ones already posted, but I've always thought I should take my camera to record the changing seasons, if nothing else.
I took a camera out on a early run for the first time this weekend... Bosherton in West Wales, i was very lucky with the scenary....
Fantastic pics all!
Saw these guys while out running this evening!
yeah sorry... Bosherston
Def gonna take a camera out more now though.
Chris Oco wrote (see)
Some pictures of the Surrey countryside taken at 5am as the sun was rising. http://gallery.me.com/chrisoco2307#100048
Lovely shots!! Really really nice. What do you take with you as a camera? I have a digi SLR but er... you really wouldn't want to run with it!!!
Love your dog. What is he? Springer Spaniel?
ooh ooh here are some I took acouple of week s ago
Early morning sunrise
not quite as good as chris
Ooh, I love pictures of the great outdoors at times and places most people never get to see. I've been taking piccies since 2006 on the running events and captured some amazing views at home and abroad. My Panasonic Lumix has given amazing service but it's just about given up now after sweat & rain contamination over the years and being dropped a few times. I'm going to treat myself to a more up-to-date version very soon.
I wish my morning run could be along a beach like yours Superglue...
Milton Keynes (although nice in places) isn't that picturesque!!
I take it these are interval sessions though, because otherwise that's a lot of rests in a training run