Come Join me in Oxford for the 6th Annual Scott Kelby World Wide Photo Walk

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: August 12, 2013

Category: General

Hey Folks,

It’s that time of year again; a time when thousands upon thousands of photographers of all different experiences from all over the world get together and make history with the BIGGEST EVER photo walk event there is!!!

Yes it’s time for the Annual Scott Kelby Worldwide Photo Walk which this year is taking place on Saturday 5th October 2013.

So what’s it all about you might ask? You check out the video below for more information…

I’ve organised and lead a walk each and every year since the event started and each year it gets bigger and bigger, and better and better.

This year I’ll be leading a walk in Oxford, UK [Link]; such a great location and will be updating the official walk page with meeting point, route and more over the coming weeks. Also this year judging by the last, I’ll be looking to pre book a venue such as a restaurant / pub for afterwards so that we can all keep together at the end and carry on with all the social which everyone who has been before would agree is a BIG part of the day.

So no matter if you take photos only with your mobile phone or your a seasoned professional with the Daddy of DSLR’s or Medium Format, come and join me and many like minded others for a great day of photography, making friends and also the chance to win some incredible prizes.

To come along you’ll need to register (for FREE) on the official Photo Walk website that you can get to via this [Link]

Hope to see you there.
Enjoy,
Glyn

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3 Comments

  1. Jonathan Thompson

    It’s me birfday so I’m coming along…. Looking forward to it…. Oh.. Is there an age limit? 🙂

    Reply
    • Glyn

      Jonathan….The bumps it is then 🙂

      Reply
  2. Jason Rodgers

    Oxfords too far a trek for me at the moment, hopefully next year. How about coming for a jaunt around North Wales?

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