Wednesday, September 13, 2006

The 2006 Shenandoah Mountain 100

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Ok, my SM100 pictures are finally up somewhere that you can see them. I haven't posted all of them and there's a reason for that. I went out to stokesville to try and tell the story of the event. To this end i've posted an edited selection of the pictures that i took that i think acomplish this goal. This isn't the final product, but i'd like to get the pictures out there and get some feedback about what people think. Rather than look through the thumbnails for pictures of you and your friends, do yourself a favor and look at the slideshow (and let me know, good or bad, what you think).

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10 comments:

camps said...

Great story Joe,
I could tell by the way you were working that this is what you had in mind. I've been looking forward to seeing it

JoeP said...

A very cool slide show that really captures the spirit of the event. I guess that's why Ricky is eating in all his pictures? ;)

Anonymous said...

Wow. Great work Joe. I'm going to have that slideshow playing in my head all afternoon.
-Dietrich

joe said...

yes, eating or getting his nipples band-aided

Mark W said...

Nice show, Joe. I think you really captured the event. I really like the picture of Jerimiah at the finish, the kiss picture (the one where the blond woman seems enamoured, rather than grossed out by her likely smelly significant other) the exhausted finishers, the volunteers. I thought there were a few too many at the bottom of the single track in the grassy area (I think just before CP1)

Mark W said...

I also like the fact that you got Joe P walking.

lee said...

Nice work Joe, very nice!

Tom said...

That was cool.
Put it to music and its as good as the movies by that Berry guy.

Buddy said...

Good stuff joe. I think yo did a fine job capturing the experience.

Buddy

Vecsus said...

Great photo's. If you get bored and see any the the campsite or pavilion pics you got of me I'd love to see them. (Desert camo hat, the campsite next to where you parked your truck).