Saturday the 13th of October was the fifth Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk. This annual event brought together over 30,000 photographers in excess of 1400 cities and locations around the world, to walk, socialise and take photographs in the streets and places that surrounded them. There were 2 walks taking place in Scotland and it seemed fitting to take part in the one in Edinburgh, the city that is home for me at the moment. The other took place in Glasgow. So having hooked up to google+ earlier that week (so I could see what photographers were shooting around the globe in real time) I was ready to get out on the streets for the 2 hour walk. I joined 20 other people and we wandered from the National Gallery, climbed Playfair steps, peaked out onto the Royal mile, and traversed the historical closes downwards to the Scottish Parliament. Dynamic Earth was our final meeting place where we warmed our hands on bowls of steaming soup and coffee whilst sharing some of our images and making new contacts. It was a really enjoyable day and I look forward to catching up with a few people I met on the walk in the future. So here’s a few shots of mine from the day.
Welcome to my interpretation of a walk down the Royal Mile.