I brought my camera on a run in early December. Here are the notes from my running log:
Thursday Run 6.71 mi 01:06 09:47 pace
34 degrees. A cold, but great run this morning. Brought my camera along and snapped a few photos of the sunrise. Didn’t know how far I wanted to go when I got up, but every time I got to a place to go a little farther, I though, "Yeah, I can do that." Ended up with almost 7.
Here are a few of the photos from the run:
This one is from running through the park. There’s a bridge that I cross before I get back on the roads. The “fog” effect is from the flash hitting my breath.
My first glimpse of the sun coming up, about 4 miles into the run.
Looks like a similar picture, but another street over and about 6 miles done.
After finishing the run, I have to cross over a busy 4-lane road to get back to our subdivision. Depending on the traffic lights, the road can be very busy, or clear enough to cross, like this:
From the other side of the road.
Back in our subdivision, I walk the rest of the way home. I always wear a reflective vest and a headlamp on my hat.
The final distance and time: