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#jarviewalk Just what is that crazy tag? Well it’s what’s being used to aggregate all the pictures and stories made during a Google+ photowalk orchestrated and led by Scott Jarvie in Utah March 23-25, 2012.
The photowalk officially started with a Sunrise shoot near Sundance in the Wasatch mountains near Provo. Family responsibilities prevented me from attending that part of the walk, however I was able to catch up with the group in Park City. I brought along my friend, neighbor, and fellow photo nut Heather Webb for her very first photowalk (nothing like an epic all day photowalk to get you hooked right?) We arrived only 30 minutes before the group planned on moving to the next area so our time in Park City was extremely limited, so we started shooting while making our way one street over to meet up with the others.
Main Street is a long sloping street full of historic and rustic store fronts, galleries, restaurants and tourist trap type stores.
A short photowalk means limited shot opportunities, but I tried to get some examples of the very unique feel you get in Park City.