Sunday, June 14, 2009

Walking with a professional!

NOT a professional streetwalker! A professional photographer!

If you live in Brenham, Texas, close to Brenham, Texas, or could get to Brenham, Texas, on July 18, you have the opportunity to take a photo walk with Santa Fe professional photographer, author, and teacher Steven Walenta.

Steven will come back home to Texas to be the local walk leader for the worldwide Scott Kelby's Second Annual Worldwide Photo Walk on that date. The walk will start on the east side of the beautiful and historical Washington County courthouse. Then we'll (you're darn right I'll be there) wander around the downtown area for several hours, all the while taking photos under Steven's professional guidance.

Because of the heat, and to make use of the best natural lighting, the walk will start at 6:45 P.M.

I guess this is last year's video so don't get confused by the date and prizes on the video. THE DATE THIS YEAR IS JULY 18!!!! Don't know nuthin' about no prizes fer dis here year!

To register for this event, or if you have questions, go here.

Steven has strong ties to our area, having taught photography classes for the City of College Station and Texas A & M University from 1995 to 1999. Since 2002, he has taught classes for the Santa Fe Community College in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

I'll post about this exciting walk again as the date gets closer.

And I hope to see y'all there!


  1. Sounds like a great opportunity!

  2. Sounds like a neat thing! I see they are all over the country. There's even a few in my neck of the woods. Thanks for the heads up!

  3. Thank you, thank you, thank you!! I owe you one!!

  4. What a blast!!I would be there in a minute if possible.

  5. What an exciting adventure! Wish I could be there...but, alas--the Yaya calls! :)

    And I have not finished those boots yet, but will hopefully soon. The painting is I just need to add my stones! I promise, I will let you know. Which ones were you interested in and what size?



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