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Greg Clure

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White Pocket & Coyote Buttes South Workshop

Published November 30th, 2012

The White Pocket area is a spectacular exposure of red, yellow, pink and white contorted sedimentary rock layers. The bedrock here consists of the Early Jurassic age Navajo Sandstone. The Navajo Sandstone is composed of frosted, well-rounded, fine-to-medium-grained quartz cemented by calcium carbonate. The Coyote Buttes Wilderness is a protected area of simultaneously gnarled, polished and twisted rock. This extraordinary remote area has been overshadowed by the more glamorous and famous Wave (lower right image) which sits in the Coyote Buttes North. That is unfortunate because the South has much more to offer and is one of the most remarkable landscapes on the Colorado Plateau. In order to shoot both locations at sunrise and sunset one must stay overnight, therefore, this workshop tour will run from 12 Noon Friday to 12 Noon Sunday and includes high clearance 4x4 transportation to each location, professional guide services, professional photographic advise, tent, sleeping pad and bag ...

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Zion's Subway & Fall Color Photo Workshop Tour

Published July 16th, 2012

Zion National Park is a top fall foliage destination this time of year. The maples are a brilliant red, the cottonwoods and aspens are bright yellow and the oaks will be shades of orange. We will spend a full day photographing the Subway section of the Left Fork of North Creek. With the sun at a low angle this time of year we will have soft reflected lighting throughout the entire day at the Subway, it will be hard not to get great images in this location. Additionally, there will be numerous opportunities to capture the many pools, terraces and waterfalls along the way accented by gorgeous fall colors. The hike to the Subway is a strenuous 9 mile round trip hike and requires you to be in good physical condition. The half mile descent into and ascent back out of the canyon is quite steep and rocky and the creek side path is rarely flat and requires you to go over, under and around many obstacles not to mention the numerous creek crossings. We will also be spending a day photograp ...

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