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Congrats to the Photo Walkers

Well it seems that the Worldwide PhotoWalk that took place this past weekend was a great success. Despite a few hitches with the weather here in Florida, things seem to have come together nicely. If any of you attended a PhotoWalk, I would love to see what you shot. Simply drop a link to your gallery in the comments section of this post. It certainly sounds like everyone had a good time and perhaps made some new friends in the process.

Also, yesterday was kind of sad with the games of the 29th Olympiad coming to a close in Beijing. I rather enjoyed the Olympics this time around. There was some really intriguing moments and some real surprises. To be honest, it was the only good thing on TV for the past couple weeks. On a serious note, I wanted to congratulate team USA for delivering an inspired performance at the games this year and helping to make it one of the most historic Olympics ever. Well done!

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  1. Marianne Bush 25 August, 2008 at 11:29 Reply

    Hi Corey,
    Had a great time in San Francisco’s Financial District and Chinatown with one of the three groups here. Happy to see that Scott intends to make this an annual event.

  2. Matthew Walton 25 August, 2008 at 15:12 Reply

    I was worried about the weather in Little Rock, Arkansas as well. We had rain for about the first 15 minutes, but then the sun came out just a bit and all was nice. Even though we only had 9 or 10 walkers, I had a great time getting to know other photography enthusiasts in the state of Arkansas. I am definitely looking forward to next year.

    My group admin hasn’t added my photos yet, but you can check out the few that I posted at http://www.flickr.com/mrwalton.

  3. Lon Lancaster 26 August, 2008 at 08:09 Reply

    Corey,

    It was a HOT summer day in New Orleans, but we got some great shots in the French Quarter and Garden District. Check out some I took: http://flickr.com/photos/lonlancaster/

    I’ve been enjoying your creative segments on Kelby Training! You bring an inspiration to the group! I look forward to seeing you at Photoshop World!

    Thanks.

  4. Lisa Gregory 29 August, 2008 at 10:43 Reply

    The walk was Fantastic!! I had the honor to walk in Scotts group and we all had a great time. The rain cooperated as well as tropical Storm Faye, which by the way produced some dramatic skies!! I also did the walk in Safety Harbor which was a lot of fun also. RC got a great photo of Scott and I at our walk, and then Scott joined our Safety Harbor Walk also.. I was doubly blessed that day. What an honor. What a great day!! Here are some of my favorite shots from both walks… Lisa

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/29905088@N08/

  5. Christopher Murphy 4 September, 2008 at 19:59 Reply

    The Kansas City, Missouri photo walk was rainy at first, then overcast and then we had some sun. I signed up and thought it would be fun to meet other shooters and wound up having my photo chosen as the winner! We didn’t do any group shot or even go to lunch together like most other cities did, but I think everyone had fun shooting and most met someone they wanted to shoot with or socialize with again. For that reason alone it was worth it. Here is the link to the winner from Kansas City:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/8087151@N02/2799128844/in/pool-scott-kelbys-worldwide-photowalk-kansas_city

  6. Robyn Gwilt 27 July, 2010 at 01:56 Reply

    Johannesburg Photowalk around the Newton / Market Theatre Precinct, organised by Mark Straw was fabulous. We took in the Old Turbine Hall, Bus Workshop, Dance Factory and the stunning Nelson Mandela Bridge at sunset, overlooking the Jozi Train Yards and the city reflected in the golden light of the setting sun. Awesome! What a city, what a country! Pix on FB – still to be uploaded to my website later.

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