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Palmdale Air Park Field Trip February 24th, 2017

Field Trips

This is been rescheduled for the 24th due to expected bad weather. 

LPA will have exclusive access to Palmdale Air Park on Friday, February 24th from 4:30 P.M. until 6:30. We will be able to photograph all the planes through sunset and the golden hour. Please sign up on the LPA website and join us for this local photography opportunity.

http://www.cityofpalmdale.org/Airpark

2001 East Avenue P
Palmdale, CA 93550

You need to be a current LPA member and log into this site to sign up.

 

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“Capture the Moment” at Mach Speed with James C. Ross, February 21, 2017

Meetings

See what it takes to “Capture the Moment” at Mach speeds and view stunning aerial imagery of NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center Lead Photographer James C. Ross. Jim’s job responsibilities include documenting aircraft hardware installations, aerial research, and mission work that happens both at Edwards and around the world. During Jim’s 27-year career, he has logged over 800 flight hours in twelve different types of aircraft.

Come and learn about the art and perils of photographing the amazing events and documentation for NASA. 

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Desert Wildflowers & Scenes Workshop, February 28th, 2017

Workshops

 

LPA will have a workshop at the AV Senior Center at 6 P.M., February 28th on Desert Wildflowers and Scenes, which will be presented by Sue Craft. Here is some of what she will be addressing:

“What makes a good Desert Wildflower and Desert Scene photo for the LPA May Competition?

Desert Scenes – Scenes depicting the environment, plants, animals and birds of the southwestern deserts. Desert Wildflowers – Close-ups and landscapes dominated by desert wildflowers.

Where can you go within a day’s drive and find a good place? The next question is how do you capture a shot that has impact?

Sue will share some of her favorite photo locations, and tips.”

About Sue Crafthttp://www.suecraftphotography.com

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Desert Wildflower and Scenic Field Trip to Red Rock Canyon, Saturday, March 18, 2017

Field Trips

The LPA will host a field trip to Red Rock Canyon on March 18 to photograph wildflowers and the scenic views.  As long-time residents know it's impossible to predict wildflower blooms in the Mojave desert.  That said, the weather so far looks promising and mid-late March is historically a good time for flowers and mild weather. Besides the flowers Red Rock Canyon is a place of scenic beauty with its stands of Joshua Trees, internationally recognizable geology, canyons, and more.

Red Rock Canyon is about 52 miles north of Lancaster and 26 miles north of Mojave on Hwy 14 (AV Freeway).  For those interested there will be a breakfast at Denny's in Mojave at 7:30 am.  At 9:30 everyone is asked to gather for a group photo at the large parking lot in Red Rock Canyon on the east side of Hwy 14, across from the entrance to the Visitor's Center.

For newcomers, our members typically move around individually or in small groups photographing whatever is of interest to them.  There are currently no formal classes scheduled but there are usually a number of members who are willing to mentor others in the various photographic arts.  Some photographers linger for hours while others move on to other parts of the park and leave whenever they like. These are very informal events.

Our point of contact is Christine Wilkins with Glenn Olson as the alternate.

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Field Trip - Havasupai, Grand Canyon, April, 2017

Field Trips

I (Eugene) am planning on a field trip to Havasupai, Grand Canyon. It’s still in the early planning stages. (Email me at e1duley@yahoo.com or call at (661) 816-4955.) At this time the target date is the 2nd week of April. This is a real “rough it” adventure. Hike in, camp and play in the pools and waterfalls for a couple of days and hike back out. We have to buy our pass from the Indians and all proceeds go to the Indian Reservation Council. The reservations have to be made in Mid-February for the number of people attending. And campsites have to be reserved also. The Indians provide a mule team to carry all the gear in if one doesn’t want to carry it in the 10 miles to the campground.

Havasupai Tourist Enterprises Supai, AZ 86435

www.havasupai-nsn.gov/tourism.html

Camping info (928) 448-2180:

www.nps.gov/grca/planyourvisit/havasupai.htm

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