As usual, I'm still trying to gather my thoughts for my race recap...
In the meantime, I've added links to over 40 recaps from runners, spectators and volunteers on my 20th Anniversary Philadelphia Marathon post. I enjoy reading and sharing stories. If you have a recap, please share your link in the comments and I'll add your post to the list.
Thanks to Island Photography for the race photos. I know that most race photos are ridiculously expensive. I think if companies made digital photos less expensive, more runners would purchase them instead of posting proofs with watermarks. Personally, I don't think it's right to post proofs (or buy race bibs or propose on a race course) but I'll save my rant on my race pet peeves for another post. However, I will include my reaction to literally running into a proposal around mile 25 in my Philly Marathon race recap. ;-)
So, I purchased the digital photo package which was pricey but at least I had 20 photos. Of course, most race photos are taken from the most unflattering angles so I have the dreaded "race face" in most of them except for these three.
Do you purchase race photos? If so, do you purchase digital files or prints? Would you purchase race photos more often if digital files and/or prints were less expensive? Do you post watermarked proofs on your blog, Instagram, Twitter or Facebook? Comments are encouraged and will be posted after approval.
Crossing the Bridge
Caught in a #TweetAndRun
Approaching the Finish Line