In May of 2012 Todd Jennings ran the whole length of the Hudson River start to finish, some 315 miles in nine days to raise money for the environmental non-profit organization called Hudson River Sloop Clearwater. A charity that supports a clean Hudson as well as raise awareness of the importance of the river and the need to protect it. He started at the rivers start way up in the Adirondacks where it is nothing more than a mountain stream and finished in lower Manhattan at its end. At points near the end the river reaches a width of nearly three miles.
Most of these images were shot with
a Konica Hexar range finder and Kodak Portra 160 film. One last great goodbye to film
and sort of my "See what film and a simple camera with great lenses can do if you
know how?" I hope you'll see it too.
There were about 200 final photos from Todd's run but I have included here only the first and last photo from each day.