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Turning your runs into art with the GPS traces

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Jul 2019
9:45am, 29 Jul 2019
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The_Saint
I think that the Dragon done on fell terrain was the final chapter in these really because anything after that is going to be a bit meh.
Jul 2019
9:47am, 29 Jul 2019
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Hendo


Freestyling c11 years ago when we had to carry a small satelite dish on our backs.
Jul 2019
9:49am, 29 Jul 2019
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The_Saint
Dragon strava.com
Jul 2019
7:37pm, 29 Jul 2019
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roberton
That is amazing!
However I think that's a specific category, freestyle-running art maybe? There is something very different about making art from roads and paths...
7 Sep
6:32am, 7 Sep 2020
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BarefootEm
Ishep and I created this freestyle GPS art yesterday!



I'm interested in trying the road version...
7 Sep
7:36am, 7 Sep 2020
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roberton
Is that you swimming?!
How do you even begin to figure out how to trace writing like that 😮
7 Sep
7:38am, 7 Sep 2020
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roberton
Ok, I’ve read your blog post now!
7 Sep
8:04am, 7 Sep 2020
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BarefootEm
Haha thanks Roberton, definitely on the beach, my watch is rubbish in the water!!

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This is rather clever: https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2019/jul/28/san-francisco-runner-art...
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