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Saturday, August 13th, 2022 | 6:45pm - 8:45pm

Where We Will Meet

Emigrant Statue

Where The Walk Will End

Purdy's Wharf

About This Walk

This year, we will take a leisurely stroll down the Halifax waterfront, capturing the late afternoon/sunset light. Golden Hour should be between 7:40 and 8:20 p.m., weather willing. (This walk goes rain or shine…)

Along the way, we will see a mix of old and new buildings – some very new – while encountering an interesting collection of people and maybe, a few buskers, playing for their dinner.

Gear-wise, anything goes since there will be a mix of subjects. Tripods are optional but you might want some support later in the walk as light levels lower.

Speaking of dinner, there are a number of options, from the vendors around the Salt Yard wharf, or the more upscale venues closer to the end of the walk.

Post walk, we can stop for an optional bevvie at one of the local pubs; we’ll choose one during the walk.

Your walk leader is Kevin Finch, an active local photographer and leader of the Maritimes Camera Club. (You do not need to be a member of the Maritimes Camera Club to participate in this photowalk.)

Join Walk

    Kevin Finch The start point is on Marginal Road. Take Hollis and turn left at Terminal Road (Westin will be on your right after the turn). Follow Terminal Road around the turn into Marginal Road; the Samuel Cunard statue is in the middle of the circle outside the Port of Halifax building. There are many parking lots; check the signs to make sure the one in which you're parking is free.

    Kevin Finch I made a test walk on July 23; the weather was great! Light levels were fine for ISO400 until about the last half hour of the walk. See you on the 13th!

    Kevin Finch A big thank-you to Henry's - Bayers Lake, Atlantic Photo Supply - Pepperell St., Atlantic Photo Supply - Burnside, and ViewPoint Gallery - Bedford for allowing us to promote our walk in their locations.

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