One of the shots I took at the Jupiter inlet during the 2nd Annual Worldwide PhotoWalk held by Scott Kelby, international photography guru, and led by Kim Seng, local photographer. The event had over 30,000 photographers from around the world clicking away at their surroundings. It was a sight to see. We had 40 photographers in our group from all over South Florida capturing the beautiful scenery around the inlet. A curious little lady asked me what all the fuss was about. "A beautiful day in Florida," I told her. We couldn't have asked for better weather this morning. The water was clear and the colors were breathtaking. The mood was a little serious at first but after a couple of hours of heat and clicks everybody loosened up enough to exchange tips and make some connections. Isn't that what it was really about?
The inlet is unique, that you have the Dubois River and the intercoastal waterway feeding into the Atlantic ocean. The beaches and the area were exquisite and I discovered an area that I never knew existed and can't wait to get back. Everyone perspective was different but one common goal...getting good shots.