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Saturday
Jul242010

Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk 2010

Although it rained off and on and was extremely humid at times we had a great afternoon at our first ever photowalk.  Along with 25+ local photographers we shot our way from The Spirit Catcher in downtown Barrie, all the way to Johnston's Beach and back.  It was very interesting and enjoyable being around so many great photographers and not one of them was a "bird" photographer.

The goal of our day was to step outside of the box and photograph things other than birds and flowers.  I will admit that this was difficult for both of us, especially when we found a group of 5-6 Kingbirds along the waterfront. :)

Here are some images from the afternoon.

Spirit Catcher - Shot with the Lensbaby Composer

Baby Mallard along the shoreline

Yellow Lily

Two ladies from a downtown wedding ceremony

Purple and Green

Downtown fountains

Common Tansy

White Gate

Former Dandelion

Teasel

Angel

Overall we had a great time and met some great people!  Hope everyone had a great day as well.  Happy birding and picture making!!!!

 

 

 

Saturday
Jul242010

Nature 365 - Day 205

"Fire Lily" - Shot in downtown Barrie during the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk

Saturday
Jul172010

3rd Annual Scott Kelby's Worldwide Photowalk

Just a heads up that next Saturday is the WWPW hosted by the great Scott Kelby.  Kelly and I have never been on a photowalk before and are excited for our first one.  No matter where you reside in the world there is likely a photowalk scheduled near you.  As I type this there is a total of 1096 walks with a whopping 26,471 people participating!!  That's gonna be a lot of photos!  In our area there is one in Barrie, Wasaga Beach and Newmarket,  just click on the banner up top for more info and to register.  Hope to see you out there making some great photo's next weekend. :)