500px worldwide Photo Walk



 September 26, 2015 3pm-5pm Downtown Nassau, The Bahamas. Starting at Rawson Square at Sir Milo Butler Statue.

downtown Nassau historic sites
Downtown Nassau 500px 2015 world wide walk route sites


Sign up on the Facebook Event Page let us know you are coming.

This year of 2015 The Bahamian Photographer, Rashad Penn will be hosting the
500px worldwide photo walk here in Nassau the Bahamas.

I look forward to meeting persons from all walks of life that love photography. This will be a unique photo walk not just for professionals but for everyone of all ages. No need for professional cameras just bring what you have. Point and shoot, mobile phone or your dslr camera. The idea is to have fun, meet new people and learn history and photography along the way. I will personally be switching between my dslr and my mobile phone camera.  I and other photographers are there to help you along this fun walk.


What is 500px?

500px is a photo community for discovering, sharing, buying and selling inspiring photography powered by creative people worldwide.  It is short for 500 pixels. Go over and like their facebook page.

-Here are the rules. You can hop on over to the 500px page and read all about the photo walk, Prizes, sponsors and FAQ by clicking here 500px

-To get an idea of what to do or what to shoot here is a link for the 2014 500px worldwide photo walk.


What you need to bring

  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Drinking Water
  • light clothing
  • sun screen
  • a hat or head covering
  • sun shades
  • any type of camera
  • excitement
  • creativity



City of Nassau 500 px world wide photo walk route

500px 2015 worldwide photo walk route
500px 2015 worldwide photo walk route

-Meet at Sir Milo Butler Statue Rawson Square ( walk starts at 3pm)

-South on Parliament st to East Hill st (through Parliament square and royal victoria gardens)

-West on East Hill St to staircase just before Government house

-North down the staircase to duke st/Shirley st (walking through the Central bank gardens)

-West on Duke st to blue hill road, cross over to west hill st (optional locations Balcony house and Gregory’s Arch)

-west on west hill st to west st (past Graycliff and the National Art Gallery)

-North on west st to West bay st/Marlborough st (past the Greek Orthodox Church)

-East on Marlborough st to Cumberland st cross over Cumberland street to open courtyard/ king st by pirates of Nassau on to George st

-North on George st to Bay st cross over to Pompey square

Pompey square on to Woods rogers walk

East on woods rogers walk to parliament st

Finish at Rawson Square at Sir Milo Butler Statue.


Sites of interest along the route



  • Rawson square
  • Milo butler statue
  • Queen Victoria statue
  • lignum vitae trees
  • parliament buildings
  • court buildings
  • garden of remembrance
  • Public library
  • Royal Victoria courts
  • Green shutters restaurant
  • Jacaranda
  • Nassau public library
  • View of Nassau harbour atop east hill st
  • Local artist works outdoor work of art
  • Central bank
  • Presbyterian church
  • Balcony house
  • Gregory arch
  • government house
  • Grey Cliff /The humidor/chocolate factory
  • Villa Doyle/ National Art Gallery
  • Greek Orthodox church
  • Nassau Hilton
  • Pirates of Nassau museum
  • Christ church cathedral
  • Vendue house/ Pompey museum and square
  • Woods Rodgers walk
  • Woods Rodgers walk Bahamian life
  • back of straw market and dock
  • Surrey rides/ horse and carriage area and other tourist locations


I look forward to meeting you at this year 500px Fujifilm Global Photo Walk here on Nassau, The Bahamas.



  • by

    What an interesting concept Rashad – all the best for a super day!!

    12:31 pm 0Likes
    • by

      Thank you please tell anyone interested to come on out.

      2:32 pm 0Likes

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