Join nature photographer David Jaffe for an immersion into some of the most exquisite natural landscapes in the Pacific Northwest. During this five-day workshop, we will split our time between Primary Growth Temperate rainforest and beautiful beaches along the west coast of the Olympic Peninsula.
Our time at the Hoh Rain Forest will fill your memory cards with an abundance of beauty. Moss-covered rocks, ferns, rambling waterfalls and green canopies of coniferous and deciduous species add a dimension of enchantment to the rainforest.
Our accommodations at Lake Crescent Lodge offer terrific access to late-night and early-morning photography without having to get in a vehicle, or if so, only for a very short period. This is extremely appealing!
As we navigate the Peninsula, we will also stay in Forks for easy access to Ruby, First and Second Beaches for spectacular coastal views for sunrise, sunset and intimate tidepool compositions.
We will wind up the workshop at Lake Quinault where we will photograph pristine waterfalls and lakeside views of ancient Sitka spruce, Douglas fir, western red cedar and western hemlocks hugging the shoreline.
Join us for this spectacular workshop in the Pacific Northwest.