Yellowstone was the first park in the US to be established as a National Park by Congress in 1872. And for good reason – it is a hugely impressive landscape. Its 3500 sq miles feature dramatic canyons, alpine rivers, lush forests, impressive waterfalls, hot springs and gushing geysers. It is also home to hundreds of animal species including bears, bison, elk, antelope, coyotes and wolves. We will visit the famous & lesser-known landmarks: Old Faithful, Oxbow Bend, Grand Prismatic Spring, Devil’s Thumb and Artists’ Point. We will have lots of opportunity to photograph everything from broad landscape vistas to detailed abstracts of the geothermic colours/patterns to the wildlife (the wolves - at the Wolf Sanctuary in West Yellowstone -through a long lens of course!). The workshop will also include the Grand Teton Range where the mountains rise 7000 feet from the plain. The countryside is full of barns and farmsteads to place in the foreground with the mountains towering in the background. We have timed this workshop to coincide with the Fall colours which should be at their peak and the mountains will already be snow capped. There will be mist in the valleys. A photographic bonanza in one of the greatest landscapes in the world.
Price: £2400. 4 places max. £200 single supplement. Flights to Salt Lake City (normally approx.£800-900) and meals are not included.Travel insurance essential.Please contact Tom for details.
Bookings to Tom (07515549485) please email@example.com