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Free Photowalk – Lakes Park as part of the Worldwide Photowalk

October 6 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am

Free

Once again, Joe Fitzpatrick is leading the Worldwide Photowalk in Fort Myers, sponsored by Scott Kelby.  Photographers from all over the world meet on this day for photowalks and share their images on the Worldwide Photowalk website:  http://worldwidephotowalk.com/

This year there are two types of contests: a photo contest and a video contest. Walkers can enter the walker photo contest and/or the video contest.  Details are on the website.

Lakes Regional Park is a 279 acre area containing a 158 acre lake, flower gardens, a cactus garden, a miniature railroad, a steam locomotive and caboose, paths through wooded areas, and a marsh.  In short, the park offers an abundance of photo opportunities including wildlife, flowers, and landscapes.

Parking within the park is $1.00 per hour or by annual Lee County P&R Pass.

We will meet at the North (far) end of parking lot #3

This walk is suitable for photographers of any skill level and any type of camera.  Wear comfortable shoes and clothing and come to have fun and make some great photos.  We will sharing photo tips and techniques throughout the walk  This will mark Joe Fitzpatrick’s 8th year leading or co-leading the Worldwide Walks in Fort  Myers and Naples and leading a monthly Understand Photography Free Photowalk.  I look forward to seeing the friends I have made at prior walks and making new friends on this one.

If you’d like, we’ll grab a bit to eat at a nearby restaurant after the photowalk.

Please register on the Worldwide Photowalk website.  http://worldwidephotowalk.com/

Location

Lakes Park
7330 Gladiolus Dr
Fort Myers, FL 33908 United States
Website:
http://www.leegov.com/parks/parks/facility?fid=0101

Instructor

Joe Fitzpatrick

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