Spring in Shenandoah

Early June is a wonderful time in Shenandoah National Park. The forest is alive with green leaves, spring flowers, and wildlife, and waterfalls thunder with the flow of hundreds of rain storms. The valleys fill with fog in the mornings, and thunderstorms roll through in the evenings, bringing with them dramatic light. Best of all, white-tailed deer give birth to fawns, which can be found in abundance in Big Meadows.

My fellow Creative Vision workshop instructor Joe Rossbach and I will be leading a photo workshop in Shenandoah from June 10-12. In addition to the fawns, we plan to photograph other wildlife, wildflowers, several photogenic waterfalls and streams, and many of Shenandoah's scenic overlooks and rocky outcrops. We still have a few spaces available, we hope you can join us!

Shenandoah Spring Workshop
Shenandoah Spring Workshop

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