Photography of Roy Thoman

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Scott Kelby’s World Wide Photo Walk 2017

It’s the beginning of October, time for the annual Scott Kelby’s World Wide Photo Walk. Each year, photographers all over the world gather on the same day to explore, photograph, share photos with one another, make new friends, and be a part of a great cause.

I once again joined a walk in Historic Downtown Titusville FL. Chris Wiley a local fine art photographer was our walk leader. Our group of walkers came from allover Florida. We had a great time walking around Titusville looking for things to photograph.

We took a similar route as last year, so I was trying to find different things to photograph. I did photograph some of the same things, but I photographed them differently. I had lots of fun and I think I may have even gotten a good image!

 

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Cute Kids!

I was having a proud grandpa moment. I wanted to post some photos of my cute grandchildren.


Remembering 9/11

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EFSC Sunset Photo Shoot

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 Marilyn Cook, my Eastern Florida State College portfolio class teacher got together a group of past and present portfolio class students for a sunset photo shoot at Riverside Park in Melbourne Beach. Marilyn, Mike Brown (another one of my EFSC teachers) and guest instructor Fred Gramoso gave the group some sunset photography tips to prepare for the sunset photo shoot. Sunsets are like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get. I think we got a vanilla cream, it was a pretty decent sunset.

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Riverside Park is the Mallory Square of Melbourne Beach. People bring lawn chairs and gather for the show.

 

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Don’t leave after sunset! There are still great photos to be had. Approximately 1 hr after sunset the blue hour will start, not to be missed.

 

Also look behind you, there may be something interesting. In this case the church behind the park offered some interesting photos.

It was great fun getting together with fellow portfolio students, new ones and especially the old ones that I have not seen since the class.