One of my favorite things to do is to go on photo walks with my camera. I've been doing that for almost 10 years now. Sometimes I pick local spots like Tower Hill Botanic Garden (which now goes by a different name), or the Ecotarium, or downtown Worcester, Boston or other places.
Several years ago when I had a super active blog I'd go wander almost weekly and visit different places and then blog about it. I still find this super fun and really need to get back at it. At least once a month you'll see me post about a photo walk. In the future you'll see that some of these will be on film, but I will always have my Fuji camera with me as well.
I also like to blog about these photo walks because I can then look back on the photos and relive that journey. And at times its a great way to remember a camera and lens combination and how that performed. As I use prime lenses I usually head out with only one lens and get a full session with it.
This is from 2020, how time flies! I honestly thought this was from last year. I plan on doing a similar journey this upcoming year with my son so he can check out this area with me. Shelburne Falls and The Bridge of Flowers are so cool. It's a historic village that has a very small downtown area. Its an easy hour walk or so to go all around. There are a bunch of shops and places to eat and of course the famous bridge of flowers. I like to go there going all the way down rt 2 which has a ton of scenic points along the way. In the fall, which is when I went you can see tons of leafs changing along the way.
I can't wait to venture out there again. I'm going to bring my film camera next time as well.