Lobster buoys and net

I wanted to let you all know that there are still a few spots left on my Fall Acadia Workshop (October 19-23) on the wild and wonderful coast of Maine. I am doing this workshop with my great friend and enthusiastic teaching partner, Brenda Berry. Those of you who know Brenda will be relieved that she is there to soften the blow of my hideous personality and those who don’t know Brenda will be just plain thankful.

Acadia National park is the best place for photographers on the east coast and October is the best time of the year to be in the park. While some may think the dates are late to catch the peak color, because of the ameliorating effect of the Gulf of Maine peak color is delayed along the coast. these dates should be just about perfect. And while the colors of the New England forest will be wonderful the colors of the harbors and the colorfulness of the lobstermen will be just as great. The book on lobstering and lobstermen that Brenda and I just completed came out in June and we are excited to share our favorite places and characters with you. Remember, Brenda and I will not be taking pictures during the workshop, all our attention will be focused on you (whether you like it or not!) so not only will you get some magnificent images you will also learn a great deal and grow as a photographer. Does it get better than that?

If you have any questions about this workshop I will be glad to answer them for you. If you send me dark chocolate I will be glad to declare you an accomplished and truly gifted photographer. If you sign up for this workshop and send me dark chocolate I will extoll your virtues to all who breath and give you a free book that Brenda and I will sign (as soon as I get the chocolate off my fingers). If you insist on just signing up and not giving me dark chocolate I can’t be held responsible for anything that might happen. It hasn’t been pretty in the past.

Its a great workshop at a great location at the best time of the year with at least one great instructor. That’s not so bad, is it? So sign up, you can regret it later.

To put your name on the list for this workshop (despite what you have just read) contact Santa Fe Workshops 505. 983. 1400. They’ll understand your hesitation.

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