The last few weeks have been a whirlwind of activity, from photographing whales on the west coast to standing less than ten feet from a spirit bear in the Great Bear Rainforest. But alas, like most good things, you're going to have to wait one more day before I start posting a few of those images.
In the meantime, one thing you won't have to wait on any longer is a chance to sign up for my Jasper Wildlife Photography Workshop in October this fall. It had been sold out for months, but a last minute cancellation has left two spots open on this great five-day workshop in the heart of the Canadian Rockies.
|Two bighorn rams duel in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. This image was taken during our
October 2010 Jasper Wildlife Photography Workshop with a Canon 5D II and a 70-200mm lens.
If you're wondering what kinds of opportunities you can come across during this workshop, check out the amazing photos from last year's participants! So what's in store this year? Wolves? Bears? More dueling bighorn? You'll have to sign up and show up to find out! Note that this workshop does include nightly critiques and two hours of classroom instruction to go along with four full days in the field.
For the full details, check out my Jasper Wildlife Photography Workshop page over on my Canadian Wildlife Photography Tours website.
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