Announcing our Winter Discovery Photo Adventures 2015 (at Abraham Lake)

Posted by on Apr 22, 2014 in Tours and Workshops | 4 Comments

Samantha and I am pleased to partner with Aurum Lodge in January and February of next year (2015) to offer two, small-group Winter Discovery Photo Adventures at Abraham Lake in the Kootenay Plains of the Canadian Rockies. We’ll spend extensive time in the field photographing the incredible beauty of this unspoiled region. From the iconic methane bubbles trapped in the ice of Abraham Lake to the rugged peaks towering over the quiet winter highways of Canada’s world-famous mountain parks (Banff and Jasper), there’s so much to photograph and share!

We’ve tramped around photographing this area for years and we love it so much we literally wrote the book on the area! No matter what the weather or conditions, there’s a variety of locations to challenge all creative photographers, and a few additional assignments here and there provide creative support for those interested in firing up their artistic muse. The small group size of 4 to 7 participants is a rare thing on photo workshops and tours in the Canadian Rockies, but we chose a favourable student to instructor ratio to ensure lots of elbow room at all locations and access to us for all your photography questions. Another rare thing: our packages are all-inclusive (instructor and accommodation fees including all meals, beverages and room tax) so there’s no hidden or additional fees when you get here. For those looking to extend their learning experience, NEW this year is the opportunity to book private, one-on-one instructional outings before or after the Photo Adventure at a special discounted price! Join us! Discover your own vision of the magic of winter in Canadian Rockies. Click here to learn more.

Raven, Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada

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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.

4 Comments

  1. BRIAN HAYWARD
    April 22, 2014

    I was recently back in Arizona on a Photo Shoot, chasing Rattlesnakes and “other” creepy crawly things – one of the people on the Photo Shoot was a John Killian from Birmingham, Alabama – he had been on your website and was quite interested in the Winter trips and the “bubbles” and had lots of questions on how “”cold”” it gets. He wondered if I knew you and had ever been on any of your workshops. I told him about the Badlands trip and the upcoming HDR trip. I am pretty sure he will be giving you a call and hopefully booking a trip this upcoming winter.

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  2. Darwin Wiggett
    April 23, 2014

    Thanks Brian,

    Small world eh? We are looking forward to hanging out with you again at the HDR workshop!

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  3. al hart
    May 2, 2014

    Darwin es Samantha:

    Would it be helpful for your website to offer either a panel on the home page, or a separate “Changes” page so that a visitor could quickly learn whether anything on your site had changed since the last visit?

    I like your site a great dealt, but it is very time-consuming to traipse through its extensive intricacies and offerings just to see whether anything new is there.

    Thanks.
    -al hart

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    • Darwin Wiggett
      May 3, 2014

      Hey Al, just scroll through the blog, all new things and changes are announced there ;-)

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