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Start: Monday, October 21st thru Thursday, October 24th Location: Western North Carolina Spaces: 6 max ANCIENT BARNS PHOTOGRAPHED IN PEAK FALL COLOR!!! OCTOBER 21-24, 2019 SIX (6) GNPA MEMBERS WILL HAVE AN exceptional OPPORTUNITY TO PHOTOGRAPH SOME OF APPALACHIA’S OLDEST BARNS SURROUNDED BY PEAK FALL COLOR IN WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA LED BY GNPA AND APPALACHIAN BARN ALLIANCE! Leaders: Oct. 21-24. Horace Hamilton, GNPA Oct. 22. Taylor Barnhill, Appalachian Barn Alliance All food, travel, lodging and other expenses are the responsibility of…Find out more »
Mark your calendars now for this year’s Smokies Photo Weekend: November 14-17.Schedule at a GlanceThursday, Nov 14, 5:30 pm Welcome session. Pizza dinner.Guest Speaker Roger TrenthamRoger Trentham Nature Photography & instructor with Smoky Mtn School of PhotographyFriday & Sat. Nov. 15, 16 Field trips and classesSundayNov 17 – 11 am Closing speakerPhoto competition awardsRegister EARLY Who?How Much? GNPA members only. $75 registration fee. Includes all fees and pizza dinner Thursday night.Does NOT include other meals, beverages or incidentals. NOTE: Wine is not…Find out more »
The much anticipated Winter, 2020 trip to Yellowstone National Park will be hosted again this winter by Bob Waters and Chris Dekle. You won’t want to miss it. Our past 6 trips have been loved by all who went and we have a lot of former participants who are waiting to go again on this trip. DATES In-Park: February 8ththrough the 13th, 2020. Spaces Available: Only 16 spaces are available. This trip sells out quickly so don’t delay Because of new insurance…Find out more »
Bosque Del Apache and Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuges near Socorro, New Mexico is the winter home of thousands of sandhill cranes, snow geese, ducks, many other waterfowl, and wildlife. This area is home to one of North America’s greatest bird migrations. There have been over 350 different bird species observed in the refuges, everything from shore birds to Bald Eagles. A true wildlife photographer’s bucket list trip. The refuges provide breeding ground for migratory birds and other wildlife, including wintering…Find out more »