Late August is a wonderful time in the Adirondacks. Summer breezes ripple the surface of the beautiful lakes and ponds, and puffy clouds decorate the sky. Since most of summer's humid days are in the past, sunsets can be quite dramatic, and nights may be clear and crisp. This workshop will take full advantage of The Wild Center's grounds, wandering the Center's trails, water features, and new Wild Walk experience. You'll photograph flowers, possibly wildlife, wander the trail to the Raquette River observation deck, and photograph above the tree tops from the elevated Wild Walk while practicing various shooting techniques through the afternoon, evening, and night. The afternoon will start in the Wild Center conference room with a brief introduction, followed by a discussion on night photography and question and answer session. Afterward, we'll spend the rest of the day photographing around The Wild Center. There will be some walking involved but there is easy access to any of the photo locations. All types of camera equipment could be used including macro lenses and extension tubes, and wide angle and telephoto lenses. Depending on the weather, we might drive to additional destinations within a short drive of The Wild Center, but we would stay within the Tupper Lake area.