As we wind down towards Christmas and the start of a new year, I thought I’d throw out a quick note about what’s left for those of you interested in joining me on a wildlife photography tour or photo workshop next year in 2013.
I currently have one spot that’s just come available (due to a cancellation) on one of my most popular photo tours, the Khutzeymateen Grizzly Bear Photography Tour from May 8th-16th in the world famous Khutzeymateen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary.
Now I would love to show you the thousands of amazing images I got on last May’s inaugural trip to this magical valley of grizzlies and wolves, but the truth is that every time I look at the folder-upon-folder-upon-folder of images to edit, I get bogged down trying to sort through all the gems. I have managed to edit one measly folder from the first two days of shooting, so here are a few that you may not have seen yet:
|A grizzly digs for clams on the intertidal flats near the Khutzeymateen in the Great Bear Rainforest
|A wild coastal grey wolf walks the shoreline at low tide in the Khutzeymateen in the Great Bear Rainforest
|A cute grizzly cub eyes us warily near the Khutzeymateen in the Great Bear Rainforest
I think this is one of the most spectacular trips I offer, so if you’re interested in scooping up that final spot for May 2013, please let me know right away.
I also have a few spots still available on my August 2013 landscape photography workshop in the stunning Bugaboo Mountains of British Columbia with CMH Summer Adventures. If flitting about in a helicopter with me taking photos of beautiful mountains, hiking in flower-filled meadows, and relaxing back in a 5-star luxury remote mountain lodge is your idea of a good time, then I’d highly recommend you grab a spot on this trip while they’re still available. Both 2011 and 2012 sold out.
|Pretty terrible scenery to photograph on the Bugaboos landscape photography workshop
And finally, I’ve still got a few spots available on next October’s Jasper wildlife photography workshop. This year we had a ridiculous amount of snow (it snowed every single day), but in normal years we usually have a combination of snow and no-snow locations where we can go to try to photograph bighorn sheep in their rut, as well as elk, moose, deer, mountain goat, and even bears and wolves.
|An October 2011 participant in the Jasper Wildlife Photography Workshop photographs a calf moose
If any of these spots interests you for next year, please don’t hesitate to contact me directly.
Have a wonderful holiday season everyone!