I was watching an episode of "Matlock" (because I'm old), where Matlock is questioning a possible suspect. The man was an athlete, working out. Matlock is looking at the pictures around the room and said, "All these photos... are of you."
"Yes," the man replies nonchalantly.
I don't want to be that self-absorbed, but I don't know how to strike a balance. At most runs, I don't know anyone, so I'm taking and posting photos of crowds and strangers. But it seems sad not to have anyone to take a photo with.
At larger races, professional photographers get to capture all the silly faces I make, as a huff and puff across the course. Sometimes, I love a photo they take of me, but... what do I do with it?
By the time I see the professional photo, I've already bombarded social media friends and followers with the pictures I took at the event. I don't want to bother them with more.
Even on this blog, I'm afraid of posting too many photos. *sigh* I guess I just have to stop taking such freakin' awesome pictures.
Kidding. Do you keep photos of you at runs in your house or work? Or do you just stick with the traditional bronze statue?