The Cape to Cape Runners

Here is a cross section of the runners Michael Baldock and Andrew Cohen….thanks Merv for enlightening me as to the details!

I was pre occupied with other things on the night such as sleeping on a wooden floor with no cushioning at all etc!

As Merv mentioned in his blog post, one of the goals of the run was to raise awareness to the Fred Hollows foundation and to also raise some funds as well.

I have a lot more shots of the runners, but these will give you a good cross section of the short of terrain they had to endure…everything from boggy sand to rocks and major hills!

I get tired just working up the shots!

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~ by True North Mark on December 22, 2010.

10 Responses to “The Cape to Cape Runners”

  1. Shots 3 and 6 are the winners to me. I’d actually say that 3 is probably my favourite shot.

    Jamie

  2. Number”s 2 & 5 are my fave”s Mark, Nice compostions.

  3. I like #2 as it really shows the runners in the landscape, tells a good story of their accomplishment and shows the gorgeous coast line.

    It would be good to see some with slow shutter speed or the camera panned with the runners to show movement in the image.

  4. great story telling, perfect for the book Markie, well done.

  5. stil logged into your blog Markie, looks like your giving yourself a pat on the back! hehe, hey i could have some fun with this!

  6. Amazing run, love the clouds on the beach shot…lI think you all deserve a rest, but it sounds like you had a lot of fun. Shame it was so close to Xmas as I would have loved to have brought the plane down.

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