|Mike Osborne has photographed nature for more than thirty-five years. Recently retired after thirty years as a ranger in Yosemite, he knows the park intimately. His images have been used in promotional programs supporting The Yosemite Fund and the Yosemite Association. He is the author/photographer of Granite, Water and Light, an interpretive and photographic tribute to the waterfalls of Yosemite Valley. Mike also collaborated with four other photographers in a five year exploration of Yosemite's Backcountry resulting in a beautiful new book, First Light: Five Photographers Explore Yosemite's Wilderness released this past summer. |
Mike's enthusiasm for the photography and Yosemite, as well as his in-depth knowledge of the best places to photograph along the Merced River are unparalleled. We guarantee you will enjoy your day with Mike, and come away from the workshop with new skills and an appreciation for Yosemite's ever-changing landscape.
November 21, 2009 (Yosemite National Park)How many times have you driven to Yosemite on Highway 140 and been in such a rush to get to the park that you've given only a passing glance to the 15 miles of the Wild & Scenic Merced River below the park boundary? The River Nobody Knows workshop offers you the opportunity to correct that oversight.
Tuition for the workshops is $185.00
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