The Silence is broken!
After 5 straight days without internet or cell service, I’m finally able to share about the great Fuji Workshop Jack and I just wrapped up this morning at Mt. Rainier National Park. We had a great group and a wonderful Fuji team, and the attendees got a perfect mix of dramatic skies and fog shrouded forest and running streams. Perfect conditions to enjoy this beautiful park! Our first evening we had gray smoke filled color due to the forest fires a hundred mile sway in Central Washington.
The first morning we had some of the most spectacular skies you can imagine over Reflection Lake, here are a few examples!
Then the rain rolled in and the streams filled with water and the water shooting was on!
All in all a great group and great workshop, if this is a foretaste of future Fuji Workshops, we are off to a great start!
The best moment, well it’s hard to beat my time with Jack and Linda’s great dog, Roscoe! Of course Jack, I enjoyed teaching with you again too!!!!!
Thanks for hanging in for a week without posts!
This entry was posted on Sunday, August 30th, 2015 at 11:46 pm
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Welcome back to ‘civilization’. (I use the term loosely as your last 5 days was likely more civilized and sane than the rest of the world.) The images show the great start you had. I’m looking forward to reading more of the adventures of the workshop crew and “Bill and Jack.”
Its always a good time at Hotel Graham. Chef Linda is a great hostess. Roscoe’s a good dog, but don’t ever leave your bedroom door open! I know from experience.
Roscoe will join you!
I bet you and Jack had a great time sharing technical information and technique with an all Fuji group. Was there a favorite tip or two you could share with the rest of us?
Thanks to you and Jack for a fantastic Fuji workshop at Mt. Rainier this past week.
First rate as usual.
Thanks Wayne, having you there was a big blessing! Go Hogs!
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