L-R: Ron Climbing Breakneck (P: Joe Azze), Getting the shot of getting the shot (P: Shana Feissner), Lesher at #TrailRoc 0 WTF (P: Chris Patterson), Ron at #TrailsRoc 0 SPF (P: Lesher), To any lengths (P: Ron)
The Ascend Collective takes us behind the camera to tell us how they capture some of our favorite running memories. If you've looked at a photo from a trail race in New York and said "Whoa", chances are it was taken by Ascend Collective. From sweeping vistas a top Ontario County Park down into the pond at the GVH mudslog, Ascend has developed a reputation for catching amazing images of trail runners in their element.
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0 SPF - Chris on power lines
Anything to get the shot! (p: Anita Cornell)
Two Complimentary Styles
Michael Lesher captures sweeping vistas
Ron Heerkens frames the performer perfectly
Kendra Pohkis atop Ontario County at Goose Adventure Racing's Ontario Summit Trail Races
Chris O'Brien careening downhill at Medved Madness
Down in the muck at Medved Madness
The only 5K Ron has ever shot. (Medved ALS 5K p: The Ascend Collective)
Dam Good 2014 - The Light Shines Through
Corn Rows at Twisted Branch Trail Run
Ron's favorite shot ever. Clayton climbing Whiteface Mountain. (P: Ascend)
Mendon Ponds, The Culvert on 100 acre Pond like you've never seen it before. (p: Ascend)
"Lowe Adventure Bag"
Ron's gear bag. Just like him, it goes everywhere. (p: Katherine Varn Hawkins)
Chris's Ascend Application Photo
Jason Mintz and Ellie Pell at Mendon 50k (p:Chris O'Brien)
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Rochester Running Company - A new running store located on Mt. Hope Avenue in College Town.
Focused on being a social hub for runners, RRCo offers free group runs, and a cool place to hang out.
Additionally, their Facebook page is full of hustle and bustle with many pop up runs or running related activities constantly being discussed and organized.Stop in and let'em know you heard about it here. While you're there, pick up a fancy Podcast shirt.
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