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This past weekend I participated in Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk for the third time! Our walk was led by Alan Hess in Ocean Beach, a neighborhood of San Diego with a particularly bohemian feel. I hadn’t spent much time there in the past so if was fun to see what this neighborhood had to offer.
The first is the Ocean Beach Pier, composed in similar fashion to my Scripps Pier photos from a few months ago. I used my trusty Neutral Density Filter and tripod to capture the long exposure (f/4, 30 seconds).
While wandering the side streets a few blocks from the beach I came across this hop-scotch. I love the sentiment!
Did you join in the Worldwide Photo Walk 2013? If so, I’d love to see your photos. Feel free to post a link in the comments! For those of you who didn’t participate, I highly recommend it. I always meet great people and often get to explore an area I’m not familiar with.
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