Scott Kelby Photo Walk

I hosted the 5th Annual Scott Kelby Worldwide Photo Walk on October 13th 2012 for North Bay. It was a cold and windy day and threatened to rain but it held off and made for a great day of interaction and fun. We all joked, got some fun shots and went out for lunch when the event was over.

When I got home I realized I actually didn’t shoot a whole lot. I spent most of my time talking with fellow photographers. I am totally fine with that, it was great to get out with friends and meet a few new faces. I would like to thank everyone that participated and made it a success.

Some Graffiti we found in an alley
Graffiti Wall

Graffiti Wall

Graffiti

Jack, Graffiti

Collage

Window Reflections

Group in Alley

Flower

Old Chief

Old Chief

Lonely Tree

Autumn color

Pergola

Train

Danger

Museum (Old Train Station)

Back Alley

Oaks

Nightcrawler’s Brother



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14 Comments

  1. There’s nothing like getting together with colleagues to spark your creativity and get those juices flowing!

  2. Looks like it was fun!!! You got some great shots!

  3. Love this. What a cool city you live in to have so many neat thing to see in one walk!

  4. These are great shots Brian and everyone. This group is hardcore b/c it looks cold by the way some of you are dressed. Very impressive. I especially like the composition of the alley shot with the escape ladders. Alley shots have a lot of personality and character. I also liked the one of the Oaks sign with an apt right above it…another personality thing. Looks like a fun day.

  5. These are so cool!

  6. NICE, Brian! How fun! These are some really great shots and it looked like you braved the cold for a great shooting experience!

  7. Looks like a fun AND COLD time was had!! Very nice.

  8. Chris Kleidon

    You are so dedicated to get out there like that. 🙂 Awesome as usual

  9. Beverly Williams

    Cool images! Love getting together with other photogs

  10. Wow, great stuff, and so much variety!

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