Posts Tagged ‘running’

“South End Runner” chosen as finalist in Appalachian Mountain Photography Competition

  We have been honored to have our documentary photograph “South End Runner”, selected as a finalist in the 11th Annual Appalachian Mountain Photography Competition.  The category for selection is Blue Ridge Parkway – People on the Parkway. The image is of an employee at the Pisgah Inn who ran each morning from the Inn to Wagon […]


Running into 2014 at Tanglewood’s “Running of the Lights”

Abby Verchick of Pinehurst finishes 19th out of over 1,100 entrants  in Forsyth County’s  (NC) Tanglewood Park’s Festival of Lights,  one of the largest and most spectacular light shows in the entire southeastern United States.  This running event which begins  at midnite on New Year’s Eve takes contestants through three of almost four miles of continuous […]


Mike Huddleston … Fleet Feet shoe meister

Mike Huddleston always wanted to help people train and he had that opportunity when he accepted a job with Fleet Feet of Winston-Salem, NC in 2011. My wife (K.B.) enjoys this store because it reminds her of her community of 20 years at the Nantahala Outdoor Center.  “The people who work here are here because […]


Ghost runner …

From a recent photography project at JDL Castle Indoor Track and Field in Winston-Salem, NC …. This photograph is taken with a “rear-synch” exposure technique …  time exposure in which the flash fires at the end of the camera shutter having been open for 1/4 seconds.


Hurry-up already!

GatorAid station during the Savannah Rock and Roll Marathon and Half-Marathon

  Savannah Rock and Roll Marathon and Half-Marathon


27,848 feet waiting for the trigger …

The annual Savannah Rock and Roll Marathon, which winds through the many parks and neighborhoods in downtown Savannah (GA), begins with the pull of a trigger and the rise of the sun.  The start is not all at once, but in waves of a thousand at 45 second intervals.  The number of participants were half the number of feet.