Photo Walk 2010

As I gear up to do photography professionally, I subscribe to many photo blogs to learn what’s new, hot, interesting, and fun.  One of the interesting finds is the Scott Kelby Photo Walk 2010.  In it’s third year, the Photo Walk brings amateur and professional photographers together all over the world to go out on a 2(ish) hour walk in major cities.  I thought this would be a great amount of fun to do and gets me out meeting other photographers in the area.  So, this past weekend, I signed on to participate in the Harrisburg Photo Walk 2010.

The Harrisburg Photo Walk will encompass going through and around several State Government buildings and areas, including; The State Capitol, State Museum, State Archives, Soldier’s Grove and The Forum Building. As we leave the Goverment area behind, we’ll follow Market St to the Riverfront. Along Market St. you’ll find many shops & restaurants, art galleries, the Whitaker Center, Market Square and the Dauphin County Court House. As we reach the Riverfront at Market Street, we’ll head North (to the right) along the Susquehanna River, back to State Street.

I am so looking forward to going this weekend.  It’s Saturday morning from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.  I’m hoping the weather cooperates and doesn’t kill us all off with heat.  After checking the site, there is one spot left at the Harrisburg walk.  If you’re interested in checking out a Photo Walk near you, head on over to the web site.  It’s going to be a great opportunity to see your neighborhood, meet fellow photographers, and get some great photos!

Scott Kelby’s Third Annual Worldwide Photo Walk

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