Mono Lake and the surrounding Eastern Sierra are a photographer's paradise at any time of year, but winter is particularly special, even if unpredictable. Storms, amazing sunrises and sunsets, and breathtakingly quiet "pogonip" ice fogs complement the often-quiet lake and alien tufa formations.
This year I've also timed the workshop to coincide with the full moon, and, conditions permitting, we will be including, for the first time, a moonlight photography session in the itinerary.
Today, the Mono Lake Committee has open registration for my Winter Mono Lake workshop in January 2016 to its committee members. While registration will open for non-members in theory on November 1, the degree of interest I've seen this ear, combined with the size of the waiting list we had last year, leave me to believe that it might be wise to join the MLC if you'd like to attend, it is quite possible that registration will fill quickly. You should, the Committee has been and is a tireless and effective force for the restoration and preservation of the Mono Basin.
Workshop registration is $250 for members, $275 for non-members, and you can find more information here.
Register now by calling (760) 647-6595 or at the MLC seminar registration page.