Vote: where should the next toy safari be?

As fall begins with ernest and the new year begins to loom on the horizon, we are already planning next years US toy photography safari.

Anyone who has attended either our Las Vegas or Stockholm editions, know that these special events are worth the effort to attend. The memories created by spending significant time with like minded individuals will last you a life time; not to mention the fun and unique photos you will take. You don’t want to miss our next safari!

We are taking what we have learned from the last two events (what worked and what didn’t) and are making a few changes. But before we get too far down the road, we want to know which city to throw our energies behind: Seattle or Chicago?

If you are interested in joining up with your fellow toy photographers for a weekend of photography, camaraderie and new friendships please take our poll. If you have any comments or questions about this event, please leave them below.

This is your chance to be heard….so please vote

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If you are wondering where these dates came from, I first asked the Las Vegas attendees where and when they preferred to meet. These were the two best locations decided upon by the group; early adoption has its perks. :)

This event is open to all toy photographers, not just LEGO photographers.

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Lyn Miller-Lachmann
8 years ago

I’d prefer Chicago, but if it’s May 20-23, I can’t attend because I’ll be in Portugal. So it’s not just voting on a city; it’s voting on a date as well.

John Steffens
8 years ago

San Francisco would be better.

John Steffens
8 years ago
Reply to  Shelly Corbett

San Francisco 2017 would be great.
I would love to help host if it’s needed.
A reasonable priced place to stay is the Metro Hotel.
It gets high marks on yelp.
Ten minutes from most places you would like to visit in San Francisco.
I always stay there when I visit there (Three times a year)
Awesome places to shoot; Alcatraz, Golden Gate Park, Mission district(Graffiti) Fort Point (Golden Gate Bridge area) Botanical Gardens and Chinatown

John Steffens
8 years ago
Reply to  Shelly


Fall 2016 would be cool as I’m heading back there towards that time.
San Francisco is easy to get around too.
All you need is a Clipper card which gives you access to all cable cars, subways, buses and water ferries and you can get to where ever you want.
No rental cars needed.
I can throw lots of ideas and suggestions your way and we can make this happen.
You’d be surprised how cheap it is in San Francisco if you play it right.
My email is bo*******@gm***.com
I can start giving some ideas this next week.

John Steffens
8 years ago
Reply to  Shelly

I sent you an email with lots of good ideas and notes.
Let me know what you think.

8 years ago

I wonder two things: – can we change our vote? – when will the poll end? This event is something I would really love to attend and I have real difficulties to choose. I voted Chicago because it’s one of the big US cities I still haven’t visited. On the other hand Seattle is my favorite North American city and I know I would love to go there again to participate to a toy safari. Moreover I fear that I won’t be able to attend this event because first semester of 2016 might be a busy time for me at… Read more »

8 years ago

I have drafted in both dates and gave my vote to the city I have not yet visited :)

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