Colour Your World

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    One of a two part concept for the theme "Be Active" presented by Coca-Cola.

    For this photo I wanted to highlight the physical activity side of my concept of body vs. mind activity, I chose to shoot this photo in an "urban" type location to give it a sense of energy whereas the "mind" half of the concept was shot in nature to give a sense of calmness.

    I thought of how running for me turns my days into an adventure and really makes me feel alive, when I'm running in a race or even just training I feel so much more present and aware, I see so many things and feel so many more things and I tried to represent this by showing how as I run, the world changes from dull to colourful :) You can share your "active" photos here!

    photo_amateur2011, CeJae B., Bre ✝, and 133 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Sammy .t. 25 months ago | reply

      these are awesome!!!!!!!! wow!!

    2. Edgar_Pereira 25 months ago | reply

      I'm surprised you don't have a coke bottle in your hand!

    3. mark boucher 25 months ago | reply

      awesome! I like a lot the red colors in the photo.

    4. Harmony McIntyre 25 months ago | reply

      Awesome concept! I love the "body v. mind" idea you displayed. Really cool shot. Different, but awesome (:

    5. !nDr@ R [deleted] 25 months ago | reply

      love the concept :D

    6. Andreas Ebling 25 months ago | reply

      I like it :-)

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    7. VisualValor 25 months ago | reply

      Nicely presented! I love running... something I NEVER would have imagined.

    8. shenamt 25 months ago | reply

      This is so cool!

    9. audreysimper 25 months ago | reply

      I love the editing so much! Especially the rich colors. Very well done!

    10. Michael Taggart Photography 25 months ago | reply

      You light up the world : )

    11. LizViggiano 25 months ago | reply

      I love the concept--I think a tighter crop however would really improve this photo, and also tilting it a BIT to the left.

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