Springs a popp’n in the mountains of Western North Carolina

Yellow Toadshade, Corneille Bryan Native Gardens by Bob Grytten

Yellow Toadshade, Corneille Bryan Native Gardens by Bob Grytten

Here in the mountains, wildflowers are loving the warmer weather. We were shooting a the Corneille Bryan Native Gardens in Lake Junaluska, in preparation for the May Spring Field Photography Program May 5-June 2. Participants shoot on Wednesday mornings then meet at the Waynesville Armory Tuesdays Evenings to discuss. This year some lucky person will attend Free.

A drawing of those signed up will be made and that person receives a Free pass.

Wood Poppy, Corneille, Bryak Native Garden by Bob Grytten

Wood Poppy, Corneille Bryan Native Garden by Bob Grytten

Wednesday mornings are $48 and Tuesdays evenings are $15. Those signing up for all 7 events receive a 20% discount. Lens lugger Members receive an additional 30% discount.

Space is limited, early registrations suggested

Photo Gear will be awards will be provided by Thank Tank Photo and MindShift Gear.

For those traveling from out-of-town, Lodging assistance will be provided. Contact workshop leader Bob Grytten for more information and registration forms.

About lensluggers

Nature photographers in Great Smoky Natl Park area, Lens Luggers enjoying travel and photography. Shoot'n fool who have a good time and like to share what they do. Go to www.lensluggerworld.com
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