Sunday, November 15, 2009

Still Time to Sign-up For One-Day Workshop With Mike Osborne This Coming Saturday, November 21

Don't miss out! The River NoBody Knows One-Day Workshop with Mike Osborne will take you to wonderful locations on the lower Merced River you never knew existed. Mike is a wonderful instructor. Join him as he shares his love of photography and knowledge of the prime river locations.

Yosemite National Park is composed almost exclusively of granite, and who could dispute the marvelous terrain that rock has produced? But granite is basically various shades of gray. In contrast, large stretches of the Merced River downstream from the park are carved out of much older metamorphic rock. Not only is this rock often layered and contorted, it also comes in fantastic shades of blue, red and orange. It provides some truly wonderful compositions in conjunction with autumn reflections in the river and is all the more remarkable in contrast with all the gray rock upstream.

This is guaranteed to be a day you will not soon forget. Visit our website for more information or call us at 888-361-7622.

1 comment:

Sight Seer said...

Climbing the Granite formation is Yosemite is an experience everyone should enjoy! What great views!