Last weekend it was time again for Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk. On Saturday, October 13th 2012, it was the fifth time the walk was organized and the second time I participated. This time we had a fully booked group with 50 photographers joining our Stockholm walk. On the image above you see our walk-leader, Max Gennel, giving final instructions to the group before we kick-off our walk.

The route of the Stockholm walk.

Our walk led us through Vasastan towards and over Barnhus-bridge. We continued alongside the water, parallel Kungholmsstrand, on the north side of Kungsholmen all the way towards Ekelunds-bridge. From that point we walked over Karlbergsstrand into Vasastan again.

It was a rich walk with wonderful views over the city, beautiful sights over the water and plenty of autumn colored nature to photograph. After the walk we met up in a cozy restaurant, Oljebaren, and enjoyed a well deserved lunch.

Also this year it was great to meet and catch up with so many fellow photographers. A big thank you to our walkleader for a very well organized photo walk!

A few of my photos.

Below is a selection of the photos I shot during the walk:

Above: A panorama photo from Karlberg Palace. I stitched six photos together in Adobe Photoshop to create this panorama. The photo can also be viewed on the Panorama portfolio page. (click the image to enlarge)


Above: This is an HDR photo generated from three different exposures. (click the image to enlarge)


Above: Under Barnhus-bridge. (click the image to enlarge)


Above: One of the buildings of Karlberg Palace in autumn colors. (click the image to enlarge)


Above: Autumn is in full swing. (click the image to enlarge)


Above: Contrasting colors in this close-up photo of a flower. I just had a bit of fun with this one trying to create a strong graphical image with bright colors. (click the image to enlarge)