Monday, April 12, 2010

Photography Series: Spring Wildflower Walk Workshop In Algonquin

Capturing the Essence of Algonquin Photography Series
Enjoy a day of photography capturing the natural beauty of Algonquin Park, beginning with an indoor instructional session and review, followed by an afternoon field excursion for practice.

This workshop features a look at the beautiful spring wildflowers that carpet Algonquin Park's hardwood slopes. A Park Naturalist will accompany the group for plant identification and to explain the natural history of the plants we find along the trail. This workshop is suitable for point & shoot digital /advanced compact, digital SLR, and film cameras. Basic camera settings will be covered with an emphasis on how to best capture wildflower images. Participants may also be interested in the ‘Edible Treasure Hunt’ plant workshop offered on May 7, which focuses on edible and useful plants found in Algonquin Park.

Cost: $60 (includes vehicle permit, an instructional booklet, and expert instruction) for FOAP(Friends of Algonquin Park) members. Individual membership is $12/yr.

To register:
Contact Sophie Mazowita at 613-637-2828 ext 227 or e-mail Limited enrollment- register early to guarantee your spot!

This workshop is part of the Experience Algonquin series presented by The Friends of Algonquin Park. All proceeds will go towards enhancing the educational and interpretive programs in Algonquin Park.

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