Wild Horses of the Adobe Valley Photography Workshop

Track and photograph wild mustangs on foot and horseback!

I am very excited announce that I will be the photography instructor for a unique adventure offered by Rock Creek Pack Station (Bishop, CA). For four days this spring, we will hike and ride through the remote and seldom visited Adobe Valley area of the Inyo National Forest seeking opportunities to observe and photograph the wild mustangs that call this rugged territory home. RCPS’ expert tracker/guides will educate us in the natural history and behavior of these icons of the American west. Photography instruction will be a combination of lecture/demonstrations, image critiques and in the field coaching. With any luck our cameras will capture galloping mustangs, battling stallions and mares with their newborn foals!

Nestled between two major mountain ranges, the Sierra Nevada and the White Mountains, the Adobe Valley is a unique haven for these magnificent creatures.  With such stunning backdrops it’s hard to imagine a more picturesque locale for this exciting experience.

May 13-16, 2016

Cost $875 per person including meals, tent lodging, pack/riding stock, guides and photography instruction.

For more information or to register for this event, please visit the RCPS  Mustang Trips page or call 760-872-8331

Wild Stallions Fighting

Stallions testing each other under the snowy peaks of the White Mountains

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A wild mare and her foal

A wild mustang mare and her foal

3 Responses to “Wild Horses of the Adobe Valley Photography Workshop”

  1. Ralph White says:

    I’m interested in going.
    Please send me details.

  2. David Bernal says:

    Hello Ken

    I just saw your posting on Nature Photographers website. BEAUTIFUL wild horse images. Please place me on your email list for your workshops especially the Wild Horse workshop.

    Thank you and I hope to meet you in the near future

    Dave Bernal

    • Ken Lee says:

      Thanks Dave! I will add you to the list. Fyi, my next workshop is in the High Sierra. Not wild horses, but we will be riding and packing horses. You can read more about it here.

      Cheers,

      Ken

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