I’m once again leading a photo walk in Oxford on 13th of August as part of the Scott Kelby worldwide photo walk.

Scott Kelby's Worldwide Photo Walk logo

This year the worldwide photo walk is back after two pandemic years have meant it not be possible and I’m pleased to be leading the walk in Oxford once again. I’m planning a little different route from previous years as I have hosted a walk in Oxford in 2016 and 2017 before, plus one in Birmingham in 2019.

Don’t delay, register to join me in Oxford on 13th August

If you want to join me you should register on the Worldwide Photo Walk website. There are only 50 places for registered walkers and they are going fast, my previous Oxford walks have both been fully subscribed.

Radcliffe Camera is the start point for the Oxford photo walk

The walk starts from the Radcliffe Camera, possibly the most obvious place for a photo walk start, and will end up back there too. I’m going to be walking from 15:00 to 17:00 and will let the walkers who sign up know the details of the route before the walk starts.

If you can’t make it to Oxford, there are plenty of other walks around the world that you can join. Click here to find a walk close to you, and if there’s not a walk close by there is still the opportunity to lead a walk yourself too.

This is a walk with a cause!

The Worldwide Photo Walk® proudly supports The Springs Of Hope Kenya Orphanage, an organization that feeds, houses, educates, and empowers young orphans so that they can grow up to not just survive but succeed. We’re asking each person who participates to donate to help make a difference in these children’s lives. Every dollar counts. DONATE NOW!