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South Shore Lake Tahoe event included in Worldwide Photo Walk

The Lam Watah Trail in Stateline will be part of the Worldwide Photo Walk this Saturday.
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If you go

What: Worldwide Photo Walk

When: 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 3.

Where: Lam Watah Trail

Tickets: Free

Info: http://kelbyone.com/photowalk

Photographers of all stripes have the opportunity to participate in a global gathering of shutterbugs this weekend.

Jim Markle will host a photography walk along the Lam Watah Trail Saturday as part of the Worldwide Photo Walk, a collection of Oct. 3 social events around the globe where photographers get together to walk around, shoot photos and have fun with other photographers.

The South Shore event runs from 3-4:30 p.m. Those interested should meet at the parking lot on the northern side of Kahle Drive’s intersection with U.S. Highway 50 at the start of the Lam Watah Trail in Stateline.

“This is a walk along the Lam Watah Trail which includes a willow-lined pond, a view of Rabe meadow, a sprightly stream, stands of pine forest and views of Lake Tahoe with the Sierra Nevada Mountains in the background,” according to an event description. “Interpretive signs placed alongside the trail provide insights into the natural and human history of the area. The hike ultimately leads to Nevada Beach, a sandy stretch of shoreline along Lake Tahoe. There is a minimal change in elevation on this 2.2-mile round trip hike, suitable for all age levels.”

Markle has worked with the UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center as a photographer and a docent. Samples of his photography can be found at http://jimmarkle.smugmug.com.

More information on the Worldwide Photo Walk is available at http://kelbyone.com/photowalk.

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