Photographer's Note

After the Ipod generation I bring you today the Running generation.
Running is defined as the fastest means for an animal to move on foot. It is defined in sporting terms as a gait in which at some point all feet are off the ground at the same time. It can be a form of both anaerobic exercise and aerobic exercise.
Running is a complex, coordinated process that involves the entire body. Every human being runs differently, but certain general features of running motion are common.
Jogging is a vaguely-defined term which generally refers to a type of slow running, previously called "roadwork" when athletes in training, such as boxers, customarily ran several miles each day as part of their conditioning. In the 1960s to 1970s the word "roadwork" was mostly supplanted by the word "jogging" and this form of running became quite popular among many people at that time, mainly throughout the Western world.

In spite of the fact that I really like this kind photos with blurred people against a well defined "scenario", for me this are the type of photos that give me a lot work. My sensor have so many dust bunnies that it took me at least 1 hr. to clean up the photo.
So, please be gentle.

Hope you like it.


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