Pete Larson took this video at the 2011 NYC Barefoot Run on Governor's Island in New York. I'm the runner on the far side of the group (the one with a head).
So if you've ever wondered what I look like running, this is it. This was right after the start of my longest barefoot run to that date: 8 miles, or 4 laps of the island. (I didn't measure it, but was told it was a 2-mile lap.) Feet felt great afterward, although I was ready to stop when I did. Always stop before you have to. :)
Unfortunately it was a bit overcast that day, and Pete was hiding in a bush so as not to make the barefoot runners get "prancy". So it's a little dark.
P.S. I don't know why I hold my thumb up that way, but it's the only way I was able to 100% identify myself in this video. :) Hey, Haile Gebreselassie runs like he's holding a school book, so I'm allowed this quirk.