I found some weird Raleigh geology yesterday afternoon that I’ll have to do a little looking into. Before that though, I wanted to give a big thanks to the Photography Committee of the 15th Annual Komen NC Triangle Race for the Cure. The event was held on the beautiful campus of Meredith College and in the surrounding neighborhood along Hillsborough Street in Raleigh, North Carolina on Saturday June 11, 2011. The early stormy-looking clouds from the previous evening gave way to the typical sunny, warm North Carolina day.
I was invited to participate as a volunteer photographer. Pretty cool considering I didn’t think I was necessarily at this point in my amateur skill level. It was definitely a new and interesting type of shooting… similar to a parade but a lot faster in pace. I learned a lot. What was I doing here? was all I kept asking myself once I realized that this was a big style deal, and it probably ranked up there with a professional-tier event.
My duties were two-fold. I was to gather images on a free-roaming basis of each of the three 5 kilometer [5K] races, of which there were 25,000 people running or walking in . . . → Read More: Komen Race for the Cure Photographs