I had such a unique experience this weekend. I got to participate, for the first time, in Scott Kelby’s National Photo Walk. I opted to participate in the Blue Ridge, Georgia walk since I had never been to Blue Ridge, but had heard that it’s beautiful. Aside from taking a wrong turn on the way home and going way out of the way — in the woods, in the dark — we had a wonderful time.
One of my favorite fun photos of the day was this one I took of Brian and I:
It was in front of this incredibly mirrored building. I took the photo in the reflection, but you can barely tell that it’s a reflection. (I also like it because, after losing 60 lbs., I finally have a waist again.)
Some of my favorite photos from the day:
I loved seeing water bowls for dogs outside a great many of the shops in Blue Ridge. Apparently, it’s a very dog-friendly place.
Each walker is allowed to enter one photo in the photo walk contest. I don’t really expect to win or anything, but, hey, I definitely won’t win if I don’t enter, right? Here’s my entry, just because it was my personal favorite:
If you’d like to see more of my photos from Blue Ridge, you can visit my flickr photo stream.