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Keybank VT City Marathon 2011

It just doesnt get more fun than this! This year, instead of my usual Sunday-of-Memorial Day Weekend-wedding, I was hired by Keybank to photographed the Vermont City Marathon. It was eight hours of rain, wind, heat, sun, hills, puddles and lots of running… and I had the time of my life! By the end of the day, I had shot almosty 2000 images and I spent the last two days, editing that down to a much more presentable 800! While those 800 photos ARE available to see and order in a gallery on my website (see link at the end of this blogpost) Here is a great sample of the day in a slide show to the appropriate song, Long May You Run by Neil Young:

If you’d like to view all 800 photos (all are available to order online), please follow this link:


Thanks to my fellow photogs Carolyn Bates and Steve Mease for these fun wet and soggy fotos of me on the job:


  1. Karen, You are just the BEST. I love shooting you, with your big wide engaging smile.

    Here you are on my website: http://www.carolynbates.com/carolynbates/index.php/testimonials

  2. Dave A. King says:

    Awesome slide show! Awesome photos! Well Done!

  3. Kelly M Cenca says:

    GREAT photos & I love the video. Nice job. Keep it up please!

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