Zoom in on fall with a mindful photography hike in Frick Park
Join Cycle Forward and photographers of all skill levels for a contemplative, mindful photography hike in Frick Park. This is not a technical photography workshop. Rather, it’s the opportunity for you to slow down and enjoy a crisp autumn morning in one of Pittsburgh’s most stunning parks.
We’ll keep a casual pace and give everyone time on their own to “zoom in” and “zoom out” on the scene. We’ll make some time at the beginning and end of the experience for a conversation on how our lives are enriched and energized by nature photography and time spent outside.
Location: Frick Environmental Center, 2005 Beechwood Boulevard, Pittsburgh, PA 15217 (we’ll meet in the parking lot and hike Ravine Trail)
Date and Time: Sunday, October 16: 9-11 a.m.
What to Bring: Comfortable clothing, shoes or boots with good tread, water, and whatever camera you use to capture your life
Cost: $10/person paid online using Eventbrite or in person with cash or check (made payable to Cycle Forward)
What else?: This walk involves some hills. Space is limited to 10 participants.
While it’s important to get pets and children outside, we request that you not bring them along this time. The reason for this is to allow you a much-deserved contemplative walk that doesn’t involve care-taking, leash-tugging, poop-scooping, or anything else that takes you away from your photography and reflection these two hours.
About Cycle Forward
Cycle Forward is owned by Amy Camp of Pittsburgh, who offers nature-based coaching and workshops. She coaches small business owners, nonprofit professionals, and other changemakers outside on trails. She attained her professional coaching certification through Duquesne University in 2014 and works with clients in seeking personal and professional fulfillment.