In my recent post “Run_1” (8th March 2012), I went on a nine lap run around a local field, taking a photo at the end of each lap. An obvious difficulty with this approach was that it interrupted the running activity itself. Every lap, I had to stop, pick up the camera, turn it on and take an image. The experience already had a discontinuous aspect in that it was broken up notionally into laps, but the recording process made this discontinuity all too disruptively literal. So this morning, I arrived at a different, more simple strategy – to record only two images; one at the beginning and one at the end of the activity. The differing position of the waning moon and the differing quality of the dawn light indicates the interval between the start and the end of my run.

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