I participated in this year's annual Scott Kelby Photo walk. I have participated in the past, twice.
I signed up this year to walk around the Gettysburg National Military Park. However, since a few members of the US House of Representatives managed to close down the Federal government because they threw a hissy-fit over a law passed by a previous Congress, the park was closed.
We ended up walking in downtown Gettysburg instead. It probably wasn't as interesting a photo walk for me. I wanted to play with landscapes a bit, because I'm not so good at them. But, I spent the day looking for details and fun things in an "urban" environment-- that wasn't quite urban enough. I am not a city person, but I prefer "real" cities over small towns for hanging out in.
As I have done in the past on photowalks I invented a little sub project to work on while wandering about. I decided on finding interesting presentations of street numbers on the building. I smattered a few of them throughout this post.
I'm still trying to choose my entry photo for the walk's contest. I think I have narrowed that down to two or three choices. I do know it won't be a street number!