Fall Colors - October 2003
Canon EOS 1Ds, Canon 24-70mm f/2.8 L @ 68mm, ISO 400
Bishop Creek Canyon
In October 2003 I went on another workshop with Steve Kossack.
This time we went to the Eastern Sierra. I drove over through some real
garden spots: Delta, Utah and Ely and Tonopah, Nevada. We stayed in
Bishop, California. Each morning well before dawn we were on the road
trying to be in place long before sunrise. We had a great group of people.
The fun in these trips comes from a number of sources. First, Steve takes
you to some wonderful places. Even if you forgot your camera it would be
worthwhile. Second, you get to work closely with a bunch of people and
share their ideas and experiences. Again, even without a camera it would
be great. Third, you get to take pictures in all these wonderful spots
then share the memories with others.
Steve works very hard to help you get the best you can from the trip. I've
not been disappointed in four trips with him now. I would highly recommend
him if you are interested in going to some great photographic locations and
giving your photography a big lift. Check out this link to some of Steve's
If you have questions about his workshops, email me and I'll pass it along. Here are some links to work from some of the other photographers on the
For all my images of this trip
including ones not in this gallery check my Image Catalog under
Eastern Sierra 03.
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