Colorado Fall Color Photography Workshop
August 26, 2015
Silver Jack Reservoir, Owl Creek, Ridgway, ColoradoWhat a thrill to arrive at a fall location and find the aspens leaves dancing in the forest. Looking through the trees to the Silver Jack Reservoir adds a warm/cool mix to the photograph. ©Kit Frost This year we’re heading from Durango to Ouray and beyond for two plus days of Fall Color Photography, “Chasing the Color" in the San Juan Mountains, the Cimarron’s and Mt. Sneffels.
Our days are filled with photography and digital camera lessons and our accommodations are at the Matterhorn Inn and at the Ouray RV Park. We caravan from Durango on Sunday, October 4th and spend the day capturing images, stopping for instruction along the way to Ouray. Molas Pass, Red Mountain Pass, and the blooming fall color promises to be a great way to learn new photography skills.
On Monday, we’ll photograph the Cimarron Range outside of Ridgway, and explore Owl Creek pass; another stunning location is at the Dallas Creek within the Sneffels Range. Sunset finds us at Dallas Divide, the location for one of the most famous and familiar of fall, mountain images in Colorado.
Dates: October 4-6, 2015
Tuition: $1229. including two nights accommodations in Ouray, lunch and beverages. Workshop ends after checking out of our accommodations on Tuesday, October 6.
Register now to secure your accommodations in Ouray, and to confirm a spot in this workshop. Feel free to bring your family too.
Our Annual Workshop in Zion National Park is coming up fast! October 29-31, 2015. Ask about reservations for this wonderful fall color adventure. Join us for one day or for all three.
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