Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Wow! Landscape Photography Workshop -- Seeing Anew Starts April 11th

N. Scott Momaday said, "I realize my humanity in proportion as I receive my reflection in the landscape that enfolds me.  It has always been so."

We are tied to our landscapes in ways we may not verbalize, yet the power of these wild places works within us.  I was taken into wild places since infancy.   Nature feels like home to me, a sanctuary that restores and calms me.   It gives me a renewed knowing of my place in the world.  

Realize your own creative vision of wild places in my "Wow! Landscape Photography" workshop.   Two Saturday afternoons into evening on April 11th and 18th.   
Details and register:   925-943-5846  or http://tinyurl.com/l5jlsuq

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Wow! Middle Earth is Right Here


That's how it looked yesterday as I hiked Round Valley, east of Mt. Diablo.  Then I thought about the first people who called this area home.  According to archeologists, California Indians from the west and east socialized and traded here going back thousands of years, based on several ancient sites in the valley.

If you live in or are visiting the Bay Area on Saturday April 11th and 18th, and you love landscape photography, check out my "Wow! Landscape Photography" class in Walnut Creek, CA and nearby Mt. Diablo's hidden canyons.  Walk where Bay Miwok people lived and remember:  Mt. Diablo was and is sacred ground. 

Register at 925-943-5846or http://tinyurl.com/l5jlsuq