I just came back from five glorious days in West Virginia. I wasn't quite sure why was going to West Virginia - I wanted to go to Utah...but several friends had come back from an Ed Heaton workshop in the Grand Tetons and were raving about how much fun it was and how much they had enjoyed to help and support of Ed and Kelly Heaton and the weekend was far more affordable that a week away (that my husband would have insisted on going along) so now I have to save up for Utah next year because West Virginia exceeded all of my expectations. First of all, I had no idea how beautiful West Virginia is. It seemed chock full of waterfalls, bridges and quaint country roads and Ed Heaton has scoped them all out and knows just how to get a small group of photographers motivated and up to photograph them in their best light. Many of us came just to see this (and I am so happy I was able to capture it): Glade Creek Grist Mill, Babcock State Park Ed, Kelly and their son Za
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This past Saturday, October 3rd marked Scott Kelby's 8th Annual Worldwide Photowalk #wwpw. 1000 walks happened in different places all over the world. 21,565 folks with different levels of photographic expertise participated. This was the third time I participated in one of these walks and they are always fun. I did one in Coney Island a few years back and one crossing the Walkway in the Hudson, a cool railroad bridge that was restored for bikers and walkers. This year I walked with 20+ others in Austin, Texas. I enjoyed chatting with the other photographers. One man still shoots film - he gets negatives and scans made. One woman was a brand new resident from California and had never heard of meetups - she was thrilled to get all kinds of information on how to shoot pictures beyond her own front porch. Several others I caught up with from chats we had had on previous walks. It's always great to hear suggestions of fun places to visit in the surrounding area.