It’s appropriate that the first blog post here is about a photowalk. Actually, it is about the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk 2012 on October 13, 2012. What is so important about this?
First, this website is a transition for my photography. It started as a hobby that I never shared to a near obsession that I almost always share now. This is a whole new website format. Why not make it completely different?
Second, participating in the SKWP was more about doing something out of my comfort zone. The event here in Reno had about a dozen photographers show up and we just wandered through a local park looking for some fall foliage to photograph. It was not life changing but it was definitely something that I don’t normally do. It was a good opportunity to meet some other people and find a way to be a part of a worldwide effort to get new photos out there.
The photowalk was held at Rancho San Rafael Park in Reno, Nevada. There was a nice wooded area where we found an owl watching us and then looped around to finish at a 22-foot memorial statue that celebrates the Basque heritage of Northern Nevada. For more information about the Basque Memorial and sheepherders of the Great Basin, please go to http://basque.unr.edu/banner-basque_monument.html.
Want to see some pictures now?