• Next Wednesday, October 10th, I’ll be flying up to San Francisco.
My friend, Thomas Hawk, has been kind enough to organize a dinner and photowalk for the evening of Thursday, October 11th.
This event is open to everyone – you don’t need to be a photography phenom to attend.
(In fact, if the only camera you own is your phone – it’s perfectly fine.)
I think there are already close to 100 people participating.
I would love to meet those of you who are able to join in.
You can get details about the event and/or RSVP by clicking here.
Photowalks with a lot of people are very social and fun. You don’t need to know anyone ahead of time.
Photographers are friendly folks. It’s easy to strike up a conversation even for those of us who are shy.
(Just ask one of us what camera we use, or what we like to shoot ….!)
In fact, sometimes I get so busy chatting, I forget to take photos.
Sadly, I won’t be able to stay in San Francisco for the weekend.
(Oh how I LOVE visiting and photographing SF!)
• I’ll be flying back to Orange County on Friday so I can attend Bald for Boobs the morning of Saturday, October 13th.
If you’re located in Orange County, I encourage you to attend even if you’re only interested in stopping by the salon to do a little shopping.
All money raised that day will be donated to Hoag Breast Care Center in Newport Beach.
• As of right now, I’ve been wait-listed for the Worldwide Photowalk that same day. (That’s what happens when you procrastinate signing up.) If I don’t make it off the wait list, I’ll probably spend the afternoon wandering around Orange County with my camera anyway. I’ve already had a few people mention they’d like to join me in an un-official walk.
• I will be in Austin, Texas, on (and around) November 3rd. My arrival and departure dates are still in the works, but November 3rd is a definite. Again, I’d love to meet any of you who are in the area when I visit. I have yet to make my travel arrangements for the Austin trip.
If you have suggestions on hotels (or sights I should see) in Austin, I’d love to hear them.
P.S. I just published a post on my Photography Page explaining how I make a “dreamy” looking landscape photo.