Las Vegas Baby!!! Dec. 6-10, 2009

Three Amigos from the "Adventure Photography and Photo Walks" from Vero Beach, Florida took off for 5 days and 4 nights to "Photograph the Lights" and the "Valley of Fire" in Las Vegas, Nevada

“This was the best trip ever !!!!! We had a wonderful time and realized that we have to go back more than once because there is almost a endless supply of photo opportunities. I have never taken so many pictures. This should be an annual event and I can't wait to go back. Thank you Scott and Bruce for being such great adventurers, good sports and and inspiring photographers to travel with.” - Nancy True

“This was by far the best event I have participated in yet. We had a great time each and every day. We could have stayed there another week and still not have photographrd everything we wanted to. The neon lights and the natural wonders outside of Las Vegas provided an endless supply of photographic opportunities. I look forward to going back next year. Thanks to Scott and Nancy for being great travel partners. My suggestion for others next time "Don't miss it!"
- Bruce Weissman

“This photographic trip was fantastic!! I had a blast and there was no end of places to photograph. Bruce and Nancy were great to travel with and we had allot of laughs!! I will look into making this an annual event for I have to go back and photograph some of the places that we didn't have time to get to. I believe by having others to photograph with we inspired each other to do more than we would have by ourselves. Also, I would have been lost with out the PMS Nagavator ;-D ” - J. Scott Kelly

Join us for FUN ADVENTURES!!!


OLD FLORIDA - Pocahontas Building

History of Pocahontas Building

In Vero Beach during the first decade of the 1900's there was a tradition of naming buildings after Native Americans. The Pocahontas Arcade, built in 1923 by Blackford and Davis originally contained nine offices and a wrap around loggia. In 1926 a second story addition of 23 apartments was constructed. On the parapet, artist A.A. Thomas sculpted the life-size image of the Indian girl, Pocahontas.

The Pocahontas Building was renovated in 2002 and 2003 by the Haggerty Family.

Cool Cup Green

Old School Polaroid B&W

Push Me....Pull Me!!

Crown of PEACE and Crystal HEART!

Fun Photographic ADVENTURES


Full Beaver Moon Nov. 2nd, 2009

Just a few photos from our FULL MOON shoot.
The cloud cover only gave us a small window to shoot as the moon rose

Playing with the rnway lights at the airport.
Join us for FUN Photographic Adventures



Vero Beach Halloween Parade

Snow White at Three and ....Later at Twenty Three

Thinking about the beach???

Angry, and all Red Faced!!!

Bonnie and Clyde??

"Designer Witch"

Our Group of Photographic Enthusiasts went our to Discover the small Home Town Parade!
It was allot of fun and nice to see the local community gather for fun no matter what the holiday!
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Biketoberfest® 2009 Daytona Beach

© 2009 J. Scott Kelly
“ We had a GREAT TIME sooooo much to photograph!! I'm going to apologize in advance to the ladies on some of the images that may appear in the album....It's photojournalism!! You right the story! ” - J. Scott Kelly

© 2009 J. Scott Kelly

© 2009 Bob Carey
“ Great for head shots......an unbelievable variety of interesting people.........and intertaining. Bikes were OK. ” - Bob Carey

© 2009 Gail Cohen
“ Had a blast!!!!!...There were countless photo opportunities! ” - Gail Cohen

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Join us for FUN & some CRAZY photographic Opportunities


OLD FLORIDA - Jones Pier Historical Site

Copyright J. Scott Kelly
The site and the weather turned out to be beautiful for this historical photographic outing!!
Copyright J. Scott Kelly

Copyright Janice Reynolds
“ Great spot for photographing Old Florida! I found tons of things to shoot. The sunset added to the ambiance. Needed more powerful bug spray though :) ”
- Janice Reynolds

Copyright Nancy True
“ This place had something for everyone. It was also a beautiful sunset evening very enjoyable. ” - Nancy True

Copyright Carolyn Shafer

“ The weather was perfect, with a slight breeze off the Ocean. We had lots to photograph in the old barn including a few wasps nests and the sun setting over the Intracoastal was amazing. ”
- Carolyn Shafer

“ What beautiful light on a tranquil evening. Great night to be out with fellow photographers. ”
- Linda Leonard


Full Harvest Moon 2009

Full Harvest Moon October 4, 2009

About 21 photographers attended this full moon shoot.
Here's what a few had to say:
“ There was quite a crowd and as a result we drew another crowd of curious onlookers. Unfortunately the horizon was blocked with clouds so we didn't see the moon until it was several degrees into the sky, but it was huge and a very interesting color. ” - Carolyn Shafer
“ It's a great group. Each time I go, I met someone new, or get to know someone better and I learn something. That's what it's all about isn't it? ” - Peter H. Connelly

"What a gorgeous night to be taking pictures.” - Linda Leonard



Harvest Moon Celebration

In China and throughout many Asian countries people celebrate the Harvest Moon on the 15th day of the eighth month of their lunar calendar. The date in the Western calendar changes yearly. This year, it falls on Saturday, October 3, 2009.

The Harvest Moon or Mid-Autumn Festival (Zhong Qiu Jie) is a day of family reunions much like a Western Thanksgiving. Chinese people believe that on that day, the moon is the roundest and brightest signaling a time of completeness and abundance. During the Mid-Autumn Festival, children are delighted to stay up past midnight, parading multi-colored lanterns into the wee hours as families take to the streets to moon-gaze.

It is also a romantic night for lovers, who sit holding hands on hilltops, riverbanks and park benches, captivated by the brightest moon of the year!
The festival dates back to the Tang dynasty in 618 A.D., and as with many celebrations in China there are ancient legends closely associated with it.

In Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore, it's sometimes referred to as the Lantern Festival, (not to be confused with a similar celebration during the Chinese New Year), but whatever name it goes by, the centuries-old festival remains a beloved annual ritual celebrating an abundance of food and family.


OLD FLORIDA-Train Trestle in Melborne

“ Good spot, great weather, wonderful company, lots to shoot............ ”

Carolyn Shafer

“ This was my first Photo walk so I had a really exciting time. I took lots & lots of pictures & I got a few good ones I liked but definately need MORE practice. Thank you to Boris for lending me his tripod, I really appreciated that...I would definately have struggled without it. It was lovely to meet everyone. ”

Helen Charlton

“ THANKS TO ALL the members that showed up for the outing! I believe we will come up with some EXCITING images! I also THANK all the members that continue to rate the meetings and give your input. It helps me to taylor the outings to everyone and it helps new members joining see what individuals think about the different outings!! I am taking note.... I will try to schedule a few more outings earlier for the members that don't enjoy the DARK, but you NIGHT DWELLERS don't worry, there will also be MORE outings that will "LIGHT UP THE NIGHT"

J. Scott Kelly



"Worldwide Moment" photography project for peace.

09/09/09 @9:09 GMT

Worldwide Moment is a non-profit arts organization which encourages people around the world to celebrate peace and international collaboration by taking simultaneous photographs and sharing their stories. 2009's Moment occurs when the time is Wednesday September 9, 2009 at 9:09AM in the +09GMT time zone, or 09.09.09 + 09 GMT at 9:09

Mulligan's Skim Jam to benefit childrens hospital

Skim boarders came from near and far to compete for bragging rights, prizes and trophies!!

Catching Air!

Haulin' Ass....(sorry, couldn't resist)

Join us to capture variuos events throughout the beautiful
state of Florida to capture the moment!!