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.

Pike Lake State Map

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.

Grass Path with Little Wooden Bridge

Yellow and Orange Tree in Fall

Birch Trees by a Nice Trail

Sunset on an Autumn Day

Running on a grassy trail in the evening on a beautiful fall day

Fall Wildflowers and Yellow Butterflies

Wooden Path in the Fall at Pike Lake State Park Wisconsin

Tree by the beach at Pike Lake State Park

Tree Changing Colors in the Fall

The Hills and the Moon at Pike Lake State Park in Wisconsin

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.

The Moon Behind a Red Maple Tree

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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