The Heros of the Boston Marathon
In April 2010, I photographed the Boston Marathon for the first time. What I saw were heros. People determined to complete the 26 mile marathon no matter what disability they may have. It was a touching and inspirational experience. I share this experience today in a video podcast.
Podsafe music credited to Frank Rosiak check him out at http://www.frankrosiak.com/
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Turning Lemons into Lemonade 1
If you saw my previous posts, my planned trip this weekend was postponed. The day after I was notified of my postponement, my rented Canon 7D and 16-25mm 2.8L lens arrived. So what to do, what to do…
Well I decided to take a “mental health” day. Packed up my gear and headed east. In New England, that isn’t too far of a trip before you hit water. Having never been to PTown, and the end of the world (or at least the Cape) headed there. The sky was beautiful at home, but darkened as I drove to the Cape. Grayed up and became dreary the deeper I drove into the Cape. And it was cold, with wind chills taking the temps into the 20′s.
You can check out my images here.
Stops I made:
Under the Bourne Bridge /
Dunes at Barnstable/Sandy Neck
Nauset Lighthouse near Coast Guard Beach
Cape Cod / Highland Lighthouse