West Virginia Autumn Workshop Day 3
It has been a wet and windy West Virginia workshop so far, but we are making the very best of the conditions and shooting are buts off! Yesterday I took the workshop group on a whirlwind tour that started out in lower Canaan valley shooting barns and color. We then headed south and worked the Glady Creek area for hours under soft overcast skies and the occasional rain shower. After that it was up to Spruce Knob Lake to shoot the wonderful meadows that surround. We had dinner at a restaurant over looking mighty Seneca Rocks and then finished up the day shooting until after sunset.
Today it’s raining (again) and we will start out the day doing isolated scenics in Canaan Valley State Park and then i will head them over to my favorite little red barn. After that it’s Pendleton Falls, Blackwater Falls and Elekala Falls in the afternoon. We will finish up sunset at either Pendleton Point or Lindy Point. Looks like we will have partly cloudy skies for sunset!
Here are a few images from the past couple days. Enjoy!