Join us for the 2016 Winter Photography field seminarSeptember 23rd, 2015 by Elin, Communications Coordinator
Winter at Mono Lake is a very special season, complete with snowy Sierra peaks, poconip fog that coats tufa towers in rime ice, ice sculptures along creek banks, and bright bluebird days. Add a full moon to the equation and you have an unforgettable winter weekend at Mono Lake.
The Forgotten Season: Winter Photography in the Mono Basin
January 22–24, 2016
$275 per person / $250 for Mono Lake Committee members
This year the annual field seminar will coincide with January’s full moon, increasing the photographic opportunities at sunset and after dark. The seminar will also include the traditional Saturday dinner catered by Linda Dore Foodservice, which has been a special treat for nearly a decade now. Find the detailed itinerary here for more information about the weekend’s schedule.
Instructor Joe Decker is a longtime Mono Lake Committee supporter, accomplished photographer, and experienced workshop leader. A veteran of many Mono Basin winter photography seminars, and with residencies in Antarctica and Iceland, Joe’s experience will allow participants to take advantage of many winter photographic opportunities. Come prepared for cold winter weather. This seminar will take place regardless of weather or road conditions. There will be no refunds due to weather. Cost is for tuition only; participants must arrange their own accommodations. This seminar is limited to 15 participants.