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I'm still lagged by the weekend landscape photography course that I took thru the Rocky Mountain Nature Association. Two sunrise shoots (Sat. & Sun.), which meant getting up at 3:30 a.m. in order to get in position for sunrise. There was also one sunset shoot(Sat.), which meant I got back to where we're staying around 10 pm.

The first morning shoot required hiking in - w/ flashlight - over a mile, with a 500' elevation rise. We did get a three hour break Saturday afternoon, which I used for a nap and lunch. All in all, we had around 22 hours of instruction, counting the time for the shoots.

We did learn a lot in the class, so it was worth it.

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