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Running has taken me so far, and yet somewhat ironically, I always wind up back at home. It’s both physical and metaphorical. You can see where you are going and have gone, but what lasts is what you feel. And, of course, a few photos on Instagram.
Where has running taken you?
This is something I often think about while on my morning run, whether exploring nature or soaking in the sites around whatever city I’m in. To answer this question at times, I’ve found myself picturing (in the most literal sense possible) my feet. It gives me a sense of direction. And upon looking back at these images, I can actually tell a lot about a run and what it meant to me on a given day.
As a fun little exercise, I thought I’d share these snapshots here with you.
Rise and shine. Some mornings, all you want to do is sleep. Others, the city beckons, and you feel it from start to finish.
What are your top three reasons for running? What do you think about while you run?