Saturday, August 1, 2009

Photo Walks around Plymouth, MA

The Second Annual Scott Kelby Worldwide Photo Walk was July 18th and we all had a great time walking around Plymouth trying to get that winning shot. Here's the group, minus a few stragglers, that spent the morning with cameras around our neck.

Most of these people are in the Photo Club I started in Plymouth. We always have a good time!

Gotta love our pets.

Jenney Grist Mill, one of Plymouth's attractions.

Bill and his family on our walk.

Looking towards Brewster's Gardens.

Mallard from above.
The very famous Plymouth Rock is housed here, where the original pilgrim touched down on land. Or so they say, it does bring tourists to America's Hometown.

Scenic Plymouth, some ship captain's houses from a long time ago.

In front of the Mayflower Society House.

Burial Hill.

A funny guy showing off his underwear! Actually taken at the Boston Common in Boston, but they have some interestingly dressed people in Plymouth, too.

Our Photo Club did a few sunrise shoots in the last 2 weeks, here's one of them on White Horse Beach.

After the sunrise everyone came over for some bagels and tea and to take more photos of the yard and birds.

The Blue Herons have been at our pond frequently, big, beautiful birds.

1 comment:

  1. Such beautiful photos. Do you use different settings for shots like the sunrise, or water? Thc clarity and color are so sharp they look professional. I love the compositions, too! I'm just a crazy fan, I guess:-)