I recently took part in Scott Kelby's Annual Worldwide Photo Walk. I hadn't heard of the event until a colleague of mine mentioned it to me this year, but it seems like a really cool organization. On a given day, photographers from all over gather in various locations --anyone can start their own walk in any location-- and take pictures together. I thought it would be good to meet and collaborate with some new people, and I jumped at the chance when I saw there was a walk at the Ramapo Reservation, a place I've hiked at before but always wanted to photograph in the fall.
Here are some of my best shots from the walk. I had a great time, but would love to go back again soon and see how the leaves look later in the fall.
Oct 25, 2012
An annual display of over 5,000 hand-carved jack 'o' lanterns, The Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze is a celebrated fixture during the Historic Hudson Valley's fall festivities. Located at Van Cortlandt Manor in Croton-on-Hudson, NY, the Blaze is within driving distance of Sleepy Hollow, which has its own array of Halloween-related celebrations this time of year.