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27 Dec
7:16am, 27 Dec 2015
21223 posts
Dave A
I've been to a couple of Parkruns and had a play. Every time a dogs been coming I've tried to get it in. One tip I've been given for runners is to be as low as possible, or at least kneel down. As most runners look down when they run. The wife has bought me a gardeners kneeling mat because kneeling on Tarmac is a killer. Many runners enjoy pulling faces. I've a 300mm lens that eliminates that because you can take the picture before they realise.
27 Dec
9:19am, 27 Dec 2015
6117 posts
300mm lenses can be fun...zoom in and it's smile, you're on candid camera!:)
10 Jan
6:57pm, 10 Jan 2016
21227 posts
Dave A
I had a walk round Newmillerdam in Wakefield last night. I got a few photo's, but decided to have a play on photoshop with one of them.

11 Jan
9:23pm, 11 Jan 2016
1707 posts
The surroundings made photographing Saturdays race easy strava.com
1 Sep
1:05pm, 1 Sep 2018
First-time poster!!
Hello all

thanks to all

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