Weekly Photo Challenge: Gone, But Not Forgotten

Running of the Bulls

Running of the Bulls

The bull-run was over in a flash. But the memories remain. This photo was taken during Running of the Bulls event in Pamplona, Spain. This is my interpretation of the theme Gone, But Not Forgotten.

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25 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Gone, But Not Forgotten

    1. Jeremy Post author

      Thanks! It was a very interesting experience. However, I feel that the balcony spots (to watch from 2nd floor) are way over-priced. Free to run, but I probably don’t have the chance to take photos while running. Or I probably don’t have the courage to be down there 😛

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      1. Jeremy Post author

        Just to clarify … I assume you mean forbidden to take photos (and you don’t mean forbidden to run), right? Thanks for the info … no wonder I don’t see many photos taken from the street level.

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      2. ilargia64

        Of course…Sorry….!!! 🙂 🙂
        people are getting crazy with selfies and all thet…This year it became quite dangerous…Imagine in front of those BIG animals…And just trying to make a shelfie!!!
        They did fine at least two people for that!!!:)

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    1. Jeremy Post author

      Thank you, Laura! Coincidentally, I just replied to another blogger about being on the balcony which was too expensive for just a few minutes. But I cannot complain since I don’t have the guts to join in the run. The balcony was my only option, haha.

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    1. Jeremy Post author

      Thanks! But you got to run … otherwise the bulls will be charging at you! Just kidding, I understand what you mean by “not running”, Janet 🙂

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  3. Mabel Kwong

    This is great shot for this week’s challenge. Looks like you had a good vantage point. So many people down there, the ground must have literally been shaking – and must have been very packed. Not too sure if I’d ever attend one of these events – you never really know which way the bull will run! 😀

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    1. Jeremy Post author

      Thanks, Mabel! It’s a narrow street and the bulls just charge forward aimlessly, so their running direction is quite predictable … you just have to outrun the slowest guy, just kidding 🙂

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