The first ecologist to closely study the Siskiyous said that they were “…as dramatic an expression of relations of natural communities to geological formations as is to be found anywhere in the world.” This class will explore the surrounding landscape from both a geological and a botanical perspective, as we learn how plants in the region have adapted to four distinctly different habitats – from the valley floor to Bigelow Lakes.
Date: June 4th, 2011
Location: Deer Creek Center, Selma, OR
Instructor: John Roth, MS
Naturalist Certificate, kids aged 8+
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You love wildflowers and the natural landscape. You have a digital SLR, but aren’t quite sure how to use it to make great wildflower and scenic photos. Photographer Mark Turner will help you discover new ways to see wildflowers, create dramatic compositions, separate subjects from distracting backgrounds, and utilize natural lighting. Illustrated lectures and demonstrations – and extensive field practice with individual guidance and feedback – will help you learn new photographic skills.
Don’t miss the Free Evening Program “The Art of Seeing: Light and Composition” with Mark Turner at 7:00 pm, June 3rd at Deer Creek Center.
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