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The 'Running' Photography Series Captures Moments of Panic

 - Jul 31, 2012
References: tabithasoren & huhmagazine
A series of photographs has been released consisting of various people caught in the act of fleeing the scene. The 'Running' photograph series by photographer Tabitha Soren captures the moments in life that pass by too quickly.

Inspired by a shot of Soren's daughter running down a dirt road spotlighted by car headlights, the series aims to focus on the themes of "panic, resilience, and the role of accident in life." Each photo seems to capture the moment when true panic appears in a person as they are about to run away in fear or surprise.

Soren is a photographer and former MTV News reporter, and she best describes the photos as depicting, "when people are running their bodies contort, and we get to glimpse emotions that are normally kept hidden." Evidently, Tabitha has accomplished this view very well.