The Table Mountain workshop was great fun!
We met everyone early Sunday morning at the ecological reserve to practice the nature, landscape, macro and other techniques learned the previous evening.
North Table Mountain covers approximately 3,300 acres. With vistas of wildflowers, waterfalls and lava outcroppings there is a lot to see.
Pete went over plans for the day, while rental filters where handed out to anyone interested before setting off down the path.
This view from the parking lot offers a small glimpse of the flowers starting to bloom.
Not far from the beginning of the trail there are a couple streams and a small waterfall. Long exposures can be used to create water with that silky look and everyone was eager to start playing with their filters.
Further down the trail is a pretty large waterfall and ravine. There are some great spots on the way down before getting to the prize view and picture opportunities at the bottom.
Second stop of the day was a bit longer hike out to Phantom Falls.
Local grabbing a bite to eat.
Pete helping a workshop attendee.
All in all it was about 6 miles round trip and a great day.
Thank you everyone who attended, feel free to comment on this post with any of your results from class.
All text and images by Chris Wright