16 January 2018

Photographer Captures The Emotions Of The Runners Before And After The Marathon To Show How People Change After Such An Exhausting Race



Photographer Captures The Emotions Of The Runners Before And After The Marathon To Show How People Change After Such An Exhausting Race

Running a ‘marathon race’ is like doing a little feat. People devote a lot of time and energy to prepare for the race. Photographer Eddie Cohen made an interesting series of Sports photographs called "Pain And Glory," in which he showed photographs of runners before and after the race. "I was interested in capturing the state of exhaustion and euphoria at the same time," Cohen explains. He wanted to show how these 26.2 miles were reflected in the physiology and psychology of man. All runners differently coped with emotions: some smiled and shouted for joy, while others did not hold back and cried. We suggest you see what happened.

Marathon Race in Project Pain And Glory by Eddie Cohen



Chris
Chris


David
David


Dylan Petrich
Dylan Petrich


Giorgio
Giorgio


Martin
Martin


6. Also, the photographer presented a few more photos of the finishing runners
 Also, the photographer presented a few more photos of the finishing runners


Everyone has his own special and individual emotion
Everyone has his own special and individual emotion


Some look pretty happy, while others have tears
Some look pretty happy, while others have tears


But they are all incredibly exhausted and proud of themselves
But they are all incredibly exhausted and proud of themselves


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