Fall Colors with Dan Holmes


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Fall Colors with Dan Holmes

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The Mono Lake Basin offers a wide range of photo opportunities, from Mono Lake’s tufa formations, Jeffery Pine and Aspen groves, Volcanoes, ghost towns, alpine lakes, valleys, and mountain streams – all within a short distance from town. Lee Vining is a quiet small town, that sees tourist traffic drop substantially after the summer season. 

We will meet up Wednesday 10/5 in Lee Vining to determine where we shoot first and discuss the itinerary, logistics and a discussion of Landscape photography.

Thursday will start with sunrise on the South Shore of Mono Lake, and then we will go to various locations for fall color,  including a afternoon trip around the June Lake Loop.  Back to Mono for sunset at a very special Dan Holmes Location.

Friday again will be an early start for sunrise, and then a drive up Mono Creek to experience a different part of the Sierra.  We wrap with a discussion, image critique and no-host lunch.

A more detail overview and what to bring will be sent after you enroll.

Note that lodging is for you to book, and we have a few suggestions:

Lodging: 

https://www.leevining.com/lodging

https://lakeviewlodgeyosemite.com/

https://murpheysyosemite.com/

http://yosemitegatewaymotel.com/

https://elmonomotel.com/

https://monovistarvpark.net/

Workshop limited to a max of 10 participants.  We must have a minimum of 5 participants.

Soft afternoon light, light rain, and fall colors — a quiet moment in Long Valley.
The first autumn snow falls in a Sierra canyon. The air is crisp, silent, and misted with snow. Short lived yet timeless. Eastern Sierra, Eyrie Crag, June Lakes Loop, as the first snow begins to fall.
Passing Showers, Mono Lake