This was the third year I participated in one of Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walks (WWPW). They are held the same day in cities all around the world. My local walk for the Victoria, B.C. Area was in Oak Bay and started at the marina.
The weather was mostly overcast, with a little bit of sun making its way through the clouds at times; but, the rain held off during the walk, so I (and more importantly, my camera gear) stayed dry. The route for the walk wound along the shoreline where there were plenty of interesting things to photograph, like birds, driftwood and seaweed.
The route then wandered through a local neighbourhood, where, even on October 1st, there were still many flowers on display.
We even walked past a large public park where there was a Rugby match taking place. The timing of this portion of the walk was fortuitous, as I couldn’t linger, but happened to be there just as a Try was being scored.
The unfortunate thing about the photowalk is there is a time limit and while it seems like more than enough time before you start, it never is and you always feel like you are going to run out of it…