Tag Archives: photo-walk

Free Photo Walk!

15 Sep
New Beginnings :: ME

New Beginnings :: ME


The weekend of Oct 1 & 2, David Pasillas and I are going to be taking a photo walk around Acadia.  If you’re interested in joining us to explore this wonderful national park, contact me so we can shoot you the details! seespotsphoto at yahoo dot com

Leaf Peepin’ – Suggestions Needed!

18 Sep
Connecticut Colors

Connecticut Colors

This week I’ve felt the chill of fall in the air.  I’m thinking scarves, sweater and hot cocoa are in my near future. It is, without a doubt, the best time of the year. 🙂


Today’s post is just a bit of catching up…I’m looking for suggestions on places to photo for two separate events.


First, I’m planning a photo walk on October 19th.  If you’re in the CT, RI area and want in, you’re invited!  My good friend David, a spectacular photographer from California, will be here visiting and wants to see the sights.  If you’re interested, drop me a line at: seespotsphoto at yahoo dot com

Stipulations for photo walk location are:

— eastern half of CT or into RI

–easily accessible for all fitness levels

–looking to do landscapes and macros so something nice to look at, please and thank you

–and the MOST important part…we are looking to do this at sunset, so the location needs to be open at least a little past that point

Suggestions??? Annnndd GO!



We are looking for your thoughts and experiences at a few other locations for an upcoming project that we will, hopefully, talk more about next year. 🙂

Have any of you been to…

–Adirondack Park in upstate NY

–White Mountains in NH

–Ricketts Glen in PA

–The coast of Lake Champlain, either state

If so, what are your thoughts on places within those areas that are photo-worthy and moderate to easily accessible?


I look forward to hearing your thoughts and suggestions!  Thanks in advance for your time!


Chicago Skyline

16 Oct
Chicago Skyline HDR Pano

Chicago Skyline HDR Pano

A pano is a thing of beauty…at least, it is when you’re photographing beautiful things. =)

From the moment I took this pano series, I was excited…Will from WhereToWillie.com suggested we try breaking onto a rooftop on Navy Pier for a better view of the area.  While we didn’t necessarily have to ninja-skulk around (turns out there was a very public parking garage on the top floor of the building we chose), our exploration efforts were rewarded with great light, a lot of texture i the sky, and a spectacular view of the city skyline.  A++ to Will for his suggestion. 😉

Photo courtesy of Nick Exposed

Photo courtesy of Nick Exposed

And, A+++++ to my climbing skills.  You do what you have to do to get a shot! haha