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Martin Johnson attempts to set a new fastest known time on the 184-mile Thames Path—running from the Thames Barrier in London to the source of the river in the Cotswolds. What starts as a grueling and ambitious record-breaking attempt turns into a journey of discovery. He learns both about himself and the entangled history between Black people and the river. Martin hopes his run will encourage more diversity in the sport of trail running and inspire others to get out beyond the city and run.​⁠ ​⁠ Episode 3 of the Run To series launches on YouTube on February 23rd at 10am PST / 1pm EST / 6pm GMT. @insearchofmj and the cast and crew will be answering questions in the YouTube chat.⁠​

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In 2007, Sandra Steinbrecher won a "Capture a Patagoniac" photo contest. The Patagoniac: her 16-year-old son riding away on his bicycle. The prize: a trip to Vietnam and Cambodia for she and her husband, who'd recently received a devastating diagnosis. Not knowing how long he had, they went anyway, and so began a body of work that led to the Smithsonian Institution’s National Portrait Gallery. ⁠ ⁠ Read the story through the link in bio.⁠ Photo: Sandra Steinbrecher / @sandysteinbrecherphotography

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Shawn Hayes (@shawnhayesfalconry) leads a life of devotion. For him, falconry is more than a deep partnership with raptors: it’s his life’s work. As an American falconry ambassador, he’s carved a space for himself where people of color haven’t always been welcome. It's taken him across the globe, into strongholds of tradition and conservation. This film is about more than what humans can train birds to do—it’s about what those birds can teach us about living in partnership with wild creatures and wild places. Watch the film through the link in bio. Film by: Brett Marty (@brettmarty) & Josh Izenberg (@onlyhumanfilm) from Speculative Films (@speculativefilms) Photo: @ken_etzel

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Clothes Quarters with @patagonia_surf ambassador Eala Stewart (@ealadolla) | Our series takes you inside folks’ closets to see how smaller spaces help them consume less. The pandemic presented an opportunity for photographer François Lebeau (@francoislebeau) to find new ways to connect with subjects. Unable to share physical space with them, Lebeau turned to the preferred technological modus operandi of the moment: FaceTime.

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Clothes Quarters with @patagonia_mtb ambassador Brooklyn Bell (@badgal_brooky)| Our series takes you inside folks’ closets to see how smaller spaces help them consume less. The pandemic presented an opportunity for photographer François Lebeau (@francoislebeau) to find new ways to connect with subjects. Unable to share physical space with them, Lebeau turned to the preferred technological modus operandi of the moment: FaceTime.

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For falconer Shawn Hayes (@shawnhayesfalconry), the ancient practice of falconry is more than a deep connection with raptors. It’s his life’s work. His partnership with wild predators has taken him across the globe, seeking sanctuary in one of nature’s great wonders—a falcon in flight. ⁠ ⁠ Watch the film through the link in bio. ⁠ ⁠ Film by: Brett Marty (@brettmarty) & Josh Izenberg (@onlyhumanfilm) from Speculative Films (@speculativefilms).

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"It’s somewhere around midnight in late October, on the outskirts of Boulder, Colorado. Half a dozen people are 26 hours into a 100-mile run that few people have ever heard of, and they’re not even close to the finish. It’s freezing and dark. The world seems to exist in the small circle of a bouncing headlamp beam ... Sleep comes in improbable places, like on the rocky flanks of an 8,000-foot peak. There’s almost no reason for them to really be out here at all, but they are." ⁠ ⁠ Read "Club Run" by Anna Callaghan (@annacalla) on The Cleanest Line.⁠ Photos: Brendan Davis / @brendanpdavis

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Our "Clothes Quarters" series takes you inside folks’ closets to see how smaller spaces help them consume less. For photographer François Lebeau (@francoislebeau), the pandemic presented an opportunity to find new ways to connect with subjects. Unable to share physical space with them, Lebeau turned to the preferred technological modus operandi of the moment: FaceTime.

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Falconer Shawn Hayes (@shawnhayesfalconry) leads a life of devotion—to both his falcons and to the mountains and prairies beneath their wings. For Shawn, the ancient practice of falconry is more than a deep partnership with raptors: it’s become his life’s work. Through his skill and finesse with these birds of prey he’s carved a space for himself in a culture where people of color haven’t always been welcome. Shawn’s role as an American falconry ambassador has taken him to the far reaches of the globe, through strongholds of tradition and conservation. This film is about more than what humans can train birds to do—it’s about what those birds can teach us about living in partnership with wild creatures and wild places.  
 Film by: Brett Marty (@brettmarty) & Josh Izenberg (@onlyhumanfilm) from Speculative Films (@speculativefilms) 
 Visit the link in bio and find info on how to host a screening.

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No wetsuit required. Christina Legutki (@stoney_legutki) takes a shot at a surf snook. Photo: @oliverrogers

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In his latest memoir, Doug Peacock, iconoclast and best-selling author, observes that his solitary walks—months spent completely alone in America's remotest regions—made him a lifelong protector of the wilderness and its many awe-inspiring inhabitants. Recounting his adventures in wild places and his dedication to saving them, Doug asks what many consider in their twilight years: Was it worth it?⁠ ⁠ Read the excerpt from @patagoniabooks through the link in bio. ⁠ Photos: courtesy of Peacock Family Collection

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Answer: patagonia Instagram account has 4.8M followers.
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