Thursday, March 29, 2018

Spectacular waterfall photo workshop!

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It would be hard to find a showier environment than the Ohiopyle region of southwest Pennsylvania in April. Gorgeous streams and waterfalls abound, making for a photographer's paradise. Perks include a profusion of showy spring wildflowers of many species, gorgeous covered bridges, and even Frank Lloyd Wright's iconic Fallingwater house.

Famed landscape photographer Debbie DiCarlo and I are leading a foray here in mid-April, as outlined on the flyer above. We welcome all levels of skills, and can assure attendees of more outstanding photo ops than can a stick be shaken at! We will learn a ton, not only about photography, but also natural history.

For details and registration, PLEASE CLICK HERE.

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