Mono By Moonlight: January 2019
Jan
18
to Jan 20

Mono By Moonlight: January 2019

California's spectacular Mono Lake gets quieter each winter, as mountain passes close and the air gets cold, and this creates incredible opportunities for nature photographers. 

This photography seminar will be based in Lee Vining and will explore locations along the lake to photograph the serenity and beauty that is the Mono Basin in winter. Specific locations will depend greatly on conditions, which vary widely from year to year, but will focus on the incredible landscape opportunities around Mono Lake, the gem of the Eastern Sierra. 

Registration opens November 1. As always, I recommend becoming a member of the MLC. The Committee has and continues to do amazing work restoring and protecting the Mono Basin. Register by calling (760) 647-6595 or at the MLC seminar registration page.

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Winter Dark Skies: February 2019
Feb
1
to Feb 3

Winter Dark Skies: February 2019

Very early spring in the Mono Basin combines the “visual quiet” of winter with longer days and a different quality of light as the planet begins to tilt back toward the sun. Poconip ice fog, ice-covered tufa towers, and warm spring-like days are all possible, combined with the towering Sierra Nevada backdrop, most likely blanketed in snow, and (weather permitting) spectacular moonless night skies.

Registration opens November 1. As always, I recommend becoming a member of the MLC. The Committee has and continues to do critical work restoring and protecting the Mono Basin. Register by calling (760) 647-6595 or at the MLC seminar registration page.

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