We still have a couple of openings on our October Wyoming Cowboy workshop. It is great that some of the photographers from recently completed spring workshops will be joining us since they know how special these locations are. If you want to get in on the action at this new location while the images are fresh let me know.
I am excited that we will be doing some new locations here in addition to having autumn color for this shoot but this may be the last time we shoot here since we want to keep our workshop locations from being over shot like they have become at several of the other Cowboy photo shoots.
Cowboy on bucking horse
From our recent Wyoming workshop.
Sow brown bear eating clams while cub watches
This cub is learning how to find and feed on clams on the Alaskan tidal flats. It will only be a few weeks until I take my second group of the year back to the Alaskan coast to photograph Brown Bears. This time we will be in the middle of the salmon run. At this location there are no waterfalls so the bears chase the salmon in shallow water. Think action photos. 😉
Cowboy and bucking horse in the round pen
Our Cowboys worked hard to put on a great show.
Every time we ask them to try something, no matter what, they gave it their best.
Rain, shine, early or late they worked until we got the photos we wanted.
But what else could you expect from a cowboy?
Workshop members capturing images of Cowboys,horses and a great backdrop
Just one of the great location we choose for our summer Cowboy photo shoot in Wyoming’s Bear tooth mountains.
We will be repeating this trip in October with a couple of days in Yellowstone added to catch the autumn wildlife you can check it out here
I am really excited to be getting ready to head for Alaska and my Lake Clark Bear Workshop. The report is that three set of mothers with spring cubs have shown up where we photograph. That will make for some great photography now and on my August trip to the same location. The August trip does have a couple of opens as I type.