A couple quick photos from the weekend of running with the bulls in Pamplona, Spain… lots more coming up soon.
getting the streets ready for the runners and bulls
the same street about 20 minutes later
My good friend Angie actually just beat me to the running of the bulls a few days prior to me, her review can be reached by clicking on that hyperlink. My larger photo essay of the running of the bulls is here.
John ran with the bulls in 2002 – we were just watching this on TV the other day – would be such a great atmosphere!
This has been on my todo list for years now … Hope to be there in the near future.
Looking forward to the pics of the actual run 🙂
Great photos but I’m looking forward to the ones from the middle of the action – like from near a running bull or something 🙂
Look at those people! Crazee!
Is that first guy using a leaf blower??
He is — cleaning the streets for the bulls and runners.
I’ve always had running with the bulls, on my bucket list, but now that I’m older, I’m going to look for a festival that has “Jogging with the Bulls”.
Hell, you don’t need to run. I barely did. More “Standing While the Bulls go by” 😉
These are some amazing shots. How did you take them from that angle??? Oh man I can’t wait to be in Spain for La Tomatina. Are you still gonna be in Spain around that time?
I was up above on a balcony – which is really a great way to see all the action.
Awesome photos! I look forward to reading your stories of the event.
Great angle on that shot – streets literally flooded with people.
Sweet pics!! How much was that balcony view?
I think it was about 100 Euros, split between Russ and I. Thereabouts.
Awesome. Did you run? I did it in 2005. Probably the craziest week of my life. Got hit by a bull (twice)!
WOW. I did run, but it was a lot more tame than your running for sure!
I’d like to witness this myself. Not sure if I’d have the guts to run with those bulls though!!!
It is a pretty quick, but wild experience, for sure.
Its very dangerous to run with the bulls mainly because of the crowds & all the pushing n shoving, however it is an amazing spectacle!
Viva San Fermin!