On Sunday, October 2nd, I participated in Scott Kelby’s 4th Annual Worldwide Photowalk, in Georgetown, Washington, DC. The Worldwide Photowalk is just that–worldwide, where amateur and professional photographers alike in cities as far as Tokyo and Berlin participate in the walk by traveling a predesignated route, on foot, and shooting what they see. That’s it. Then when we’re done, we upload them to Flickr, where some of the photos are chosen for the walk’s best photos. But what’s really cool is getting to see the photos of other people, who were in the same location as you, at the exact same time, and the variety of images captured. Here are some of the images I captured during our two-hour walk, which began at 10 am.
I can’t wait until next year!