My name is Heather and I like to run, even when not being chased. I run because the road is an incredibly good listener. I run because it makes me feel strong. And I run because it allows me to experience my own city and other cities in the same way the locals do--outside. On the pavement. One step at a time. A journalist at heart (and sometimes even at work: see heatherlambie.com), I am naturally curious and alarmingly observant. I'm not embarrassed to admit that I eavesdrop on the conversations of strangers and wonder how they started and--when I leave--how they will end. People's stories fascinate me. So a while back I started taking snapshots of the moments and the people who interested me on my runs and walks. And then, in 2013 I found Brandon Stanton's blog, Humans of New York. I became an instant fan, and it occurred to me that my photographic collection might interest others the way that Brandon's photos and quotes interested me. This blog was born January 2014 as a way for me to share past and future moments in motion as Seen On My Run.

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