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September 23, 2008

West Virginia Autumn Workshop 2008

by josephrossbachphoto

West Virginia holds a secret. Its mountains rival New England in tapestries of red, orange, gold, green and blue. And there is no other finer spot in all of West Virginia in the fall than the Monongahela National Forest. The Monongahela National Forest contains over 910,155 acres of mountains, streams, waterfalls, bogs, windswept ridges, Appalachian hollows, rustic farms, an abundance of wildlife, 510 miles of roads, 78,000 acres of designated wilderness, three designated scenic areas, 825 miles of trails and 10 wildlife management units. Are you beginning to get the picture? This is an amazing place for nature and landscape photography in any season, but in autumn it is truly awesome. From the fiery red covered heath barrens of Bear Rocks and Dolly Sods to swirling leaves in plunge pools of mighty waterfalls, this area is by far the mid-Atlantic’s best kept autumn secret.

Secret Locations, Close Up/Macro Grand Scenics, Rivers, Streams, Waterfalls, Mountain Meadows and Intimate Forests Await you on this exciting Workshop at the Mid Atlantic premier autumn foliage hotspots!

Hotel spots and workshop availability if filling up quickly! Reserve your spot today before its too late!

Click here for registration details.

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