Today we wrapped up our “Colonial Cape Cod� workshop (I’m writing this in our little Radisson hotel room, just about to pack up and leave). Here’s a peek at Chris and one of our workshop participants admiring a pretty nice sunset on the National Seashore (taken with my 15mm fisheye lens):

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As the sun got lower, the sky got even more interesting. Here’s one of the keepers from that group that I can show off because it’s my blog so I get to subject you to whatever I want:

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Coming up, we’ve got a really cool workshop in Acadia National Park in Maine (that’s October 16th through 18th), and then in November we’ll be doing yet another one-day Boston workshop if anyone wants to walk around the freezing streets of Beantown and pick up some tips.