Photography in the Park: Guadalupe River State Park
Join us for a nice hike through the Honey Creek State Natural Area and enjoy some fall foliage while learning pro tips that will improve your photography skills.
Nov 09, 2013
from 12:00 PM to 02:30 PM
|Where||Guadalupe River State Park|
|Contact Name||Lindsay Carter|
|Contact Phone||817 287 8086|
-Saturday, November 9th- ($7.00 entrance fee)
(Must bring your own camera and equipment, camera manual may be helpful)
-Meet at the Rust House, near the entrance to Honey Creek State Natural Area Trail
-When: Join us for a nice hike through the Honey Creek State Natural Area and enjoy some fall foliage while learning pro tips that will improve your photography skills. Class will go from 12pm until 2:30pm and will cover landscape, macro, and action shot photography. Reservations are required so please contact the park at (830) 438-7653, or Lindsay Carter at (817) 287-8086.
-Bring: Your own camera with plenty of memory and battery usage; drinking water and sun protection (hat, sunscreen); snacks; tripod and camera case/bag (optional)
-Driving Directions to Guadalupe State Park: (From TPWD website)
The park is located in Comal and Kendall counties 30 miles north of downtown San Antonio at the north end of Park Road 31. It may be reached by traveling west on State Highway 46, 8 miles west of the intersection of State Highway 46 and U.S. Highway 281, or by traveling eastward on State Highway 46, 13 miles east of Boerne.