Deep Creek Photography Tour

Deep Creek Photography Tour
10 AM- 3 PM
SOLD OUT
$40 ticket includes: Photography Instruction, Lunch & Transportation from Dotsero to the Deep Creek overlook included

Join Eagle River Watershed Council, American Rivers, and Betty Ford Alpine Gardens for a photography tour of stunning Deep Creek! Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act, learn about rare native plants, and improve your outdoor photography skills!

Fine tune your nature & wildflower photography skills as you learn from and alongside Jim Pisarowicz, a renowned photographer featured in National Geographic, Time, Discover, and many other publications. Travel along the Canyon Rim, photographing wildflowers, rare plant species, and Deep Creek itself as you learn more about Wild and Scenic Rivers and Deep Creek’s eligibility. Transportation from Dotsero to the Deep Creek overlook, lunch, and photography pointers are included.

More about Jim Pisarowicz: 

Jim Pisarowicz recently retired from a career in government and academia and now lives in Montrose.  Pisarowicz most recently taught psychology at Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio, mathematics and statistics at Antioch University in Denver, and psychology at Mesa State College in Grand Junction (currently Colorado Mesa University).  He worked for the National Park Service at Wind Cave National Park and with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Caesar Creek Lake in Ohio.  Pisarowicz also was the Executive Director of the Death Valley Natural History Association.  He is a world-class cave explorer receiving the Lew Bicking Award from the National Speleological Society (NSS), the highest award given in cave exploration, and is a Fellow of The Explorers Club and the NSS.  Pisarowicz is currently working on a book featuring some of his wildflower photography.  His photography has also appeared in Empire Magazine, National Geographic, US News and World Report, Time, Discover, Earth, New Scientist, Explorers Journal, Weekly Reader, NSS News, Journal of Cave and Karst Studies, and various other publications, textbooks and field guides.

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