Thought I’d share a couple of the group shots from the last group walk. It was in combination with the Flickr Global Street Art Photo Walk back on August 2nd. As you can see, it’s a pretty big group. We actually have over 1,200 members, although only 10 to 40 come out on any given walk, usually depending on the weather. It’s a fun experience and the walk always involves a lunch stop and a dinner stop, so there’s a lot of socializing. I typically have a lot of fun and have met some very nice people I’m proud to call friends. For me this last walk was special, since it was around the same time in the summer of 2010 that I joined this group, and the walk I joined on was through these same graffiti alleys. Anyway, that’s our group. Hope you like the photos.
Dave, The Lazy Photographer
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