Fall Running Tips - Run and Take Your Camera!
Are you ready for some incredible fall running tips? Well, actually I have only one tip. Go and run outside in the amazing scenery. That's really all I can tell you. Find a beautiful park with some nice trails, and take your camera. Here are the pictures from a run at Pike Lake State Park in Southeastern Wisconsin on a glorious October afternoon.
This probably wasn't the best workout I ever did, because I stopped often to take pictures. I suggest you do this too on an easy run day. It was good for the spirit, and it was easy on my legs.
It was such a beautiful day. I actually snapped off a few more pictures after my run as the sun was going down and the moon was coming up.
I'm not a professional photographer by any means. My camera is just a small digital thing that is easy to carry around and run with. I think the pictures turned out very nice, and each time I look at them, I'm reminded of how wonderful a run can be. Now it's your turn. Grab a camera and go for a run. It's fun, and it might just be a little spark in your soul that will help you stick with running for a long, long time.
- Photos and Article by David Tiefenthaler
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