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ADDITIONAL NOTES:

above, a mix of mostly action shots after the finish line of the ING new york city marathon, on manhattan's upper west side. also, check out the series of marathoner portraits that I photographed for The Morning News:

Faces of the Marathon

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Sunday 7 November 2004

runners celebrate finishing the new york city marathon

08 November 04 @ 04:18
dang it must be freezing cold for people to run under thermal blanket thingies?

i can see wendy run as a pink princess. or at least post like a pretty princess runner

dennis //

08 November 04 @ 10:02
Congratulations! An excellent series of portraits on The Morning News!
08 November 04 @ 14:02
more marathon photos:
:: Highlights from the Marathon by Meg Hourihan
:: Last Thoughts by Callalillie
:: Marathon Aftermath by What I See
:: ING NYC Marathon by Amit
:: watching the marathon by Joe's NYC
:: Respect by Alexis Robie
:: Marathon Runs On... Without Diddy at Gothamist
:: Marathon by Satan's Laundromat
:: NYC Marathon 2004 by Tien Mao
:: NYC Marathon by Youngna
all great stuff! link to more if i missed any...
08 November 04 @ 14:37
Awesome pictures Rion...I had to show them to my friend Tim who ran yesterday (we both live and work in Boston)
08 November 04 @ 20:34
okay the pink princess girl picture is so cute. and if i ever ran, i would wear pink and put a little crown on my head :D
08 November 04 @ 22:32
meg hourihan called you "photographer rion nakaya" in her post. that is spot on; you have portrayed more than just what visible on the surface. that and the fact that you are doing portraits (not easy, i really struggle with that in my work). nice.
22 December 05 @ 17:53
pictures available?
hobson Fulmer //

15 July 13 @ 08:23
Thanks For the great share. I like it. | Penegra | | Suhagra |
Steve Brad //

02 August 13 @ 07:29
I would surely like to congratulate you for that idea. Making a children’s museum for sure will help kids to have fun and entertainment. I hope the museum will b open soon and we all could make a visit . Thank you for the blog. intermediary bank
max //

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One of the first photobloggers in New York City, Rion has been documenting her photos online in narrative sets since late 2000. (Most are on this site.)

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