The night before our Burwash adventure, Wes and I decided to sneak up to Rattlesnake Point for some sunset shooting. I always love shooting the sunsets, and Rattlesnake Point offers some great views from atop the escarpment to shoot from.
Another fall is upon us and that means, once again, it's time for the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photo Walk. I've participated in this event before, but this was the first time I participated in Hamilton and it was legen... wait for it... dary!
The walk was with a group of about 12 of us, and it was between two waterfalls, Buttermilk and Albion. It was quite the trek up and down and through the creeks but it was well worth the exercise.
There is always something special about getting to meet new photographers and just enjoying the passion of shooting gorgeous subjects. I didn't know anyone of these people before going for the walk, but we all hit it off great, and I think that's what photography and the worldwide photo walk is all about... bringing people together to celebrate a passion we all care about. I have to thank Jay Pel for leading the group, and knowing the ins and outs of those trails down in between the falls! Couldn't have made that trek without him as the fearless leader.
I haven't made up my mind quite yet on which photo I want to submit into the contest so I let you guys help me with that one. Leave a comment and tell me which one you think I should enter!