We timed this workshop for a new moon and the end of the elk rut. The temperatures were cooler and Moraine Park was free from the crowds of late September.
Midday was the perfect time to use creative techniques to photograph fall leaves in Endovalley.
The end of the elk rut meant that animals could be found in small groups throughout the park, grazing and preparing for winter snow
We took advantage of spectacular sunrise and sunsets when cloudy and smokey skies were unfavorable to shoot skies at night
With a very active fire season nearby, several fires added drama and smoke to our landscape sessions
Fortunately for us, high winds were just what we needed to clear the skies and give us a final chance to photograph the galaxy over Sprague Lake.
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Cree Bol and Tom Bol