Mount Shuksan Fall Color September 18th thru 20th, 2015 Fee $265.00, Deposit $100.00---> Register Workshop Origination Point- Bellingham, Washington Nearest Airport- SeaTac International Airport, SeaTac, Washington Rating- Easy; Limit 10 People Located in the Northwest corner of the State of Washington is area called the Alps of Washington. Mount Shuksan towers above the landscape at 9,131 feet above sea level. Mount Shuksan is a glaciated massif and is part of the North Cascades National Park. Your photographic opportunities will include photographing Mount Shuksan from late afternoon to sunset from several different vantage point such as Artist Point and Picture Lake. The area along the shore of Picture Lake is filled with Huckleberry bushes which during this time of year are brightly colored red. You will learn how to capture the golden hour of sunset as alpen glow light hits the face of Mount Shuksan as the sun descends below the western horizon. Located westward of Mount Shuksan is Mount Baker. Mount Baker rises 10,781 feet above sea level and is an active glaciated stratovolcano in the Cascade Volcanic Arc of the North Cascades of Washington State. We will be photographing Mount Baker at sunrise from Artists Point. The area around artist point is also filled with huckleberry bushes along with towering evergreen trees. As with sunset you will be learning how to capture the warm, soft alpen glow light as the sun rises over eastern horizon.