For the third year in a row I will be leading an outing for Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day (WPPD), Sunday, April 26, 2015. Last year a group of us met up in Lewiston/Auburn Maine and spent the day walking the city and shooting.
I was having a hard time figuring out where I wanted to hold the outing. Because I spent most of last year working along the Kennebec River, I wanted this year’s outing to continue along that vein only I couldn’t settle on one community over the other. I settled the question, I’m going to do them all!!
Starting out early in the morning I will be heading to Dresden/Richmond to do some early morning shooting. Then I will head to Waterville to shoot there. Arriving in Skowhegan by 12:30 anyone who joins up can meet at the Pick-Up cafe for lunch and shooting around Greater Downtown Skowhegan. The LC Bates Natural History Museum in Hinckley is open in the afternoon on Sunday (I will arrange in advance that we will be stopping by). After we exhaust the beauty of Skowhegan, we’ll head over to the museum to see what light we can capture there. At the end of the day we will finish up in Hallowell! I will post the full itinerary in another blog post as Pinhole Day nears as well as on the Pinhole Day website!