Photo gallery of the 2013 Marathon des Sables by Kirsten Kortebein.
Trail running photos from the San Juan Mountains.
A photo chronicle of the 2010 Ultra-Trail du Mont Blanc.
A lazy, hazy morning on the Shenandoah river Ferns along the “trail” into the Gap Creek aid station. (Can you find the trail?) Mario Raymond along the same trail. (Can you find the ferns?) A smiling Greg Loomis at Gap Creek 1 Three happy trails(l-r: Bobby Gill, rock-free MMT single-track, Keith Knipling) A fan eagerly […]
Tom Sperduto should need no introduction, after all, we introduced him yesterday. Anyway, Tom is an award winning portrait photographer and ultramarathoner, who has kindly agreed to share 10 trail running photography tips with us. What’s more, Tom has agreed to answer some iRunFar reader trail photography questions. Therefore, if after reading Tom’s tips you […]
There are lots of ultrarunners who take photos and a few who take great photos of ultrarunners. This week, iRunFar will explore photography on the trail with the help of one of best photographers in the ultrarunning ranks. This past summer I learned of Tom Sperduto, an award-winning portrait photographer who was interested in photographing […]
Hi folks, first off, I wanted to remind you that there won’t be a This Week in Running post this week, as TRIW contributor Tony Portera was off running the brutual, but beautiful Grand Teton 100 this past weekend. Come on, stop your crying… Tony was kind enough to include this week’s hottest races in […]
While I still need to fill you in on 2008 GORE-TEX TransRockies Run Stages 5 and 6 as well as add photos to my reports on Stages 3 and 4, I figured I’d share some photos I took while I paced at the Leadville 100 on August 16. Check out my 2008 Leadville 100 Picasa […]
After the avalanche of great JFK 50 photos we received, we think it would be unfair not to give the JFK photos the same treatment the DC-area trails contest submissions received. Therefore, iRunFar is holding a second photo contest this Memorial Day weekend. Not only are we going to hold a vote to determine which […]
Wow, up until a few hours ago, iRunfar’s first contest was a complete and total flop. However, a last minute surge from readers has left us with plenty of quality shots of DC-area trails. In fact, it was quite difficult choosing the 10 finalists. Y’all can put down your cameras now and get to voting […]
If you are looking for fame and fortune, you came to the wrong place. However, iRunFar is running its first contest, which offers the possibility of publication in a national running magazine and some shoe money. To be more specific, iRunFar is looking for photographs of or from DC-area trails in connection with a forthcoming […]
Here’s a slide show of the pictures I took yesterday during the Old Pueblo 50 miler in the foothills of the Santa Rita Mountains outside Sonoita, Arizona .
Alright, since my running for the year is basically over and Olga tagged me, here’s my 2007 year in review. (A more technical analysis will follow after the year’s out.) 1. Most memorable moment on the trail…I’m wimping out and giving three. Much to my surprise, in varying degrees they all involve my good trail […]
Sometimes pictures speak for themselves. I think these pictures I took in Buck Hollow and at Mary’s Rocks in Shenandoah National Park yesterday morning do just that. Enjoy the rest of December!