Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk, 2008.

August 29, 2008


This past Saturday (August 23rd) was such a highlight for me this month.  Scott Kelby, the Jedi Knight of Adobe Photoshop, brought forth an idea for amateur and professional photographers from all over the world to gather in a united event.  The whole concept for this event was for all these photographers to basically grab their camera for a couple of hours, meet other photographers at a designated location, walk around that location for two hours, take lots of photos, and just basically have fun.  No rhyme or reason really, other than to meet and greet and have fun.  

Well, I traveled to Charlottesville, Virginia, with a new friend of mine, Joel Coleman, a creative photographer from Liberty University, and I must say we had a blast.  We met one of the nicest and all around cool photographer close to Washington DC, Mr. Rob Jones, owner of Towner Jones Photography.  In fact, Rob was our leader for this “photowalk” location at the University of Virginia.  

I am deeply honored and ecstatic that the following photo won Honorable Mention this past Saturday, in Charlottesville, and is now joined alongside many other Honorable Mention photos from all over the world.



I also wanted to share some more of my favorite images from this past “photowalk” and I am so excited for this event again, coming in December.  I hope you enjoy.  Until next time.  Blessings.

















2 Responses to “Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk, 2008.”

  1. Rachel Says:

    Loved the photos…looks like you had a great time. Keep it up.

  2. Kristen Breedlove Says:

    I am just so proud of you! I love you so much.

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