Sunday, December 19, 2010

Glacier National Park Workshop 2011

I am proud to announce that I will be leading a week long, Mass Audubon photography workshop in Glacier National Park, Montana. Glacier is described by many as the crown jewel of the national park system. It is also nicknamed the "Alps of the West." Glacier is simply a stunning landscape teeming with wildlife. Photographic opportunities abound in this vibrant wilderness.

In addition to the national park, we will visit the Blackfeet Reservation, where we will stay overnight in tipis! I hope you will join me for an oustanding summer adventure in the American west.

Please read the details from the Mass Audubon website below

Sat, Jul 30, 2011 - Sat, Aug 06, 2011
Location: Montana
Instructors: Greg Lessard - Photographer; John Galluzzo - Adult Education Coordinator, South Shore Sanctuaries
Audience: Adult
Fee: Adults $1575.00m/ $1750.00nm
Registration is required.

Fresh from their triumphant journey to Cadillac Mountain, Otter Cliffs and the majesty of Maine's Acadia National Park, photographer Greg Lessard and our own John Galluzzo are set to move west, to capture the natural beauty of Glacier National Park. Our seven-day tour through the park will feature visits to Lake MacDonald and St. Mary's Falls, a run up the Going to the Sun Road and to the Blackfeet Tipi Village. We'll seek sunrises, sunsets, mountains, mustangs, the great wild mammals of the west and hundreds of species of birds and wildflowers. The trip price includes lodging, ground transportation, some meals, a boat trip on Swiftcurrent Lake and private photography instruction from Greg. Contact us for a full itinerary!

Instructions and Directions: Single supplement available for $390.
Register by phone: with a credit card by calling 781-837-9400.

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