Forest Cars – Off to “Buicks, Badlands and Old Buildings: The Prairie Photo Workshop 2013″

We are super excited to be heading off to St. Ann Ranch in Trochu for our annual Buicks, Badlands and Old Buildings: The Prairie Photo Workshop. Our photo romp through the Alberta prairie leads us through undulating crops, down into the Red Deer River badlands, across the history of early settlement in the region and to bone yards of metal and wooden relics. This year the workshop sold out far in advance… stay tuned for possible 2014 dates. If you’re really keen on coming next year drop us an email at info@oopoomoo.com and we’ll put you on the pre-announcement list. For now here is a new location of rusted wrecks on private land that we have added as a bonus for returning workshop attendees. Thanks to Lisa Couldwell for introducing us to this location and the land owner!

©Darwin Wiggett

©Darwin Wiggett

©Darwin Wiggett

©Darwin Wiggett

©Darwin Wiggett

©Darwin Wiggett

©Darwin Wiggett

©Darwin Wiggett

©Darwin Wiggett

©Darwin Wiggett

©Darwin Wiggett

©Darwin Wiggett

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I am a Canadian landscape and outdoor photographer who loves long hikes in the woods, yummy food, hairy dogs, good company and a good guitar jam.

2 Comments

  1. Lou Cragin
    August 22, 2013

    Darwin:

    If I may ask a question??? I’m thinking of coming to Canada in late Sept or early Oct to the Yoho Park and Baniff Park. But I want to have my dog with me. I know you have Bando and I’m wondering what the deal is in those parks with dogs.

    Thanks in advance for any info.

    Lou

    • Darwin Wiggett
      August 26, 2013

      Hi Lou, you can take your dog most places in the front-country as long as have pouch on a leash. Many back country trails also allow dogs but a few don’t – check the park trail reports or information office for details on which trails you can take your dog. Have fun!

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