The workshop will be taught by Mark Gardner and Bob Stavers who are both professional, fine-art photographers based on San Juan Island. There are a few spots still available for the free workshop.
In 2006, in partnership with the San Juan County Land Bank and the Trust for Public Land, the Preservation Trust permanently protected the 1,578 acre Turtleback Mountain Preserve. This afternoon-to-sunset photography workshop will focus on capturing iconic natural subjects, from wildflowers to wildlife to sunsets. The group, which is limited to 15 participants, will hike at a leisurely pace along the Preserve’s South and Lost Oak Trails.
Gardner is a full-service provider of studio and location photography. In addition to portraiture, he also shoots art and craft, classic and sports cars, architecture and the natural world.
Stavers has nurtured a life-long interest in hiking, travel and the outdoors along with his passion for photography.
Gardner and Stavers along with Kathleen Foley from the Preservation Trust will meet workshop participants at 3:30 p.m. at Turtleback’s South Trailhead parking area. Bring food and camera/tripod.
To sign up, visit www.sjpt.org or contact Kathleen Foley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 378-2461.