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Downtown Action

August 2nd, 2010 by ronlute


Downtown Action, originally uploaded by ronWLS.

Here is one from the Redding walk. I like the look the telephone compression gives here. With La Cabana sign and the sidewalk full of people (and the compression helps with that view) it reminded me of big city street or possibly a street in Mexico. The Topaz Adjust also gives an interesting look.

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Redding Crew

July 24th, 2010 by ronlute


Redding Crew, originally uploaded by ronWLS.

Today I led a group photo walk. It was part of the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photo Walk which he has organized the past 3 years. I’m glad that i did it. I wanted to do it last year but didn’t feel like I could but felt OK this year. I put together a route through downtown and in the process learned some of the local history.

Met some great people and hopefully some of us will see more of each other. I believe some will join the Shasta Photo Club. Anyways it was a great experience and I look forward to the next one.

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Westside Java & Caffe – Starting point

July 18th, 2010 by ronlute


Westside Java & Caffe, originally uploaded by ronWLS.

Just 6 more days till the 24th of July and the 3rd Annual Worldwide Photo Walk. This is the photoshop guru and prolific author brainchild. I just missed getting in an application last year but made it this year. Here is where we will start the Redding walk. We’ll be meeting at the Westside Java & Caffe and end our walk about 2 hours later at Grilla Bites. As of Sunday night we have 32 signed up and 18 more spots open. Should be a great time!

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