Photo Contest Winners: Where You Run in Washington

Every week, we’ll pick winning photos to showcase on our website.
Photo Contest Winners: Where You Run in Washington
Photograph via Shutterstock.

Whether you’re training for a race or just taking advantage of the cooler weather, now is a great time to go running outside in Washington—and we want to see where you do it! Send us a photo from your favorite outdoor running route. (Need a little extra motivation? Sign up for one of these off-the-beaten-path races this fall.)

Submit your photos by e-mailing photocontest@washingtonian.com or by tagging #WashMagPhoto on Instagram or Twitter. Please include where the photo was taken and your name with each submission. We’ll highlight our favorite photos on Thursday, October 2.

See our favorites below:

1. Lincoln Memorial. Photograph by @patrickbenko.
2. C&O Canal Tow Path. Photograph by Chris Chern (@wwwchris).
3. Aldie, Virginia. Photograph by Dorothy Beal (@mileposts).
4. Dyke Marsh Wildlife Preserve on the Mount Vernon Trail. Photograph by Sara Brown (@prairierunnergirl).
5. Tidal Basin. Photograph by @ellencozjames.

Don’t miss a new restaurant again: Subscribe to our weekly newsletters.