Apr 4 2014

Discover The Palouse
this Summer

PALOUSE WORKSHOP with Art Wolfe
Pullman, Washington

August 15-17, 2014, with an evening reception on August 14th at The Hilltop Hotel.

This three-day course will change the way you look through the lens as well as how you look at your photographs. Art will share the finer points of maximizing early morning and late afternoon light. Field shoots will be at some of the most beautiful locations around the beautiful wheat fields of eastern Washington.

All aspects of outdoor photography will be covered including composition, field techniques, technology, and the unique philosophy of this highly specialized profession. There will be informative lectures, rigorous critiques and portfolio reviews.

Want to do aerial photography?  Flight add-on available.  Please email info@artwolfe.com.

For more info, or to register for the workshop click HERE.

 


Aug 28 2013

Rhodes River Ranch Event

My good friend Jeany Rhodes is hosting a troupe of absolutely fabulous Lusitano horses at her Rhodes River Ranch in Arlington, WA.

They will be at the Ranch from Sept. 14-22, 2013, with dinner and brunch performances on both weekends. There will be aires above the ground, capriole, courbette, levade, pesade and other spectacular maneuvers.  There will also be quadrille – the synchronized swimming of the horse world – along with some dancing and piano playing with the horses… As a VIP, you could even be on the arena floor – up close and super personal!  All great fun and not to be missed!

More info at rhodesriverranch.com


Aug 7 2013

Astoria-Ilwaco Abstracts


Astoria-Ilwaco Workshop August 2013 – Images by Art Wolfe

We had an exciting three-day workshop in Astoria, Oregon, concentrating on abstracts and one very old clown car. Can you guess which photos are from the clown car?

Can’t see the slideshow? Click HERE


Oct 16 2012

Enjoy the Mud and
Revegetate the Elwha

It’s time to get out to the Elwha River and help Olympic National Park as Park Service staff begin the massive undertaking of revegetating the now empty reservoirs behind the Elwha and Glines Canyon Dams with nearly 400,000 native plants. With only 6 full time staff members, NPS is going to need all the help they can get–cleaning, packing, transporting, and planting native plant starts! So if you are ready to get covered in mud and be instrumental in the recovery of the Elwha River ecosystem, join Olympic National Park this fall and winter and be part of this incredible project.

Event Details

WHAT: This is more than just planting–NPS needs volunteers for a variety of associated tasks. At the nursery, plants need to be cleaned and packed for their journey home. Once they arrive at Lake Mills or Lake Aldwell, they need to be transported (by foot) to planting areas throughout the 600 acres of dewatered reservoirs, and then planted!

 

WHEN: The park is looking for help beginning Monday, November 5, and planting season will continue through mid-March, 2013, with a break during the month of December. Weekdays are preferred, but a limited number of weekend work parties are available.

 

WHERE: Former Sites of Lake Aldwell and Lake Mills on the Elwha River, Olympic National Park

 

WHO: NPCA Volunteers Led by Jill Zarzeczny of the Elwha Revegetation Project, National Park Service

 

RSVP: If you would like to participate in this historic restoration project, please contact Jill Zarzeczny at Jill_Zarzeczny@nps.gov or 360.565.3047. Let her know what day or dates would work for you, and with what tasks you are interested in helping.
Join us as we help revegetate the Elwha!
Sincerely,
David G. Graves
Northwest Progam Manager

>>MORE INFO & RSVP HERE to volunteer