Photography After Dark
Franklin Island Photo Workshop
If you are interested in star photography, you might want to check out this upcoming workshop on Saturday in Torrance Barrens Conservation & Night Sky Preserve. The location is only 2 hours by car north of Toronto in Muskoka.
The Torrance Barrens Conservation Reserve consists of 1990 hectares (about 5000 acres) of crown land south-east of Bala, which is administered by the Province of Ontario. The first of its kind in Canada, the Torrance Barrens is now officially recognized as a “Dark Sky Reserve.” The geology of the landscape is characterized by low ridges of Precambrian Shield, which was formed approximately 2.5 billion years ago.
For more info about the workshop, please visit Outdoor Photo Journey.
Packing and getting ready to head up to Georgian Bay tomorrow for the workshop. Temperature will be a bit cool and rain is in the forecast.
Well, I’m thinking dramatic B/W skies already.