Wildflowers, pretty dots across our landscape, provide a natural color palette for the Northwest Arkansas region. Do you love looking at flowers in their natural environment and yearn to learn more about them? Would you like to attend a free wildflower photo walk and get tips on taking great photos of these graceful lovelies? Hobbs State Park and the Photographic Society of Northwest Arkansas (PSNWA) have teamed up to offer helpful information and instruction that is free to the public.
Please join us at the Hobbs State Park visitor’s center to hear Hobbs interpreter Chelsea Porter talk about the timing of wildflower blooms and wildflower identification. She loves anything outdoors; hiking, camping, biking, climbing, fishing, and hunting. Needless to say, she never met a wildflower she didn’t love.
Esteemed photographer, Jeremy TenHake with the PSNWA, has a keen sense of observation, and will share basic photography tips on taking beautiful wildflower pictures. Stay for a walking tour of the area around the Park’s visitor center to enjoy taking photos of native wildflowers.
When: May 13, 2017, 4:00 – 6:30 p.m. or best light
Where: Hobbs State Park visitor center: located on Hwy 12 just east of the Hwy 12/war Eagle Road intersection
Cost: Free and open to the public – Bring your camera.
For more information, call: 479-789-5000
To learn more about the Photographic Society of NW Arkansas, go to the web site: http://www.psnwa.org.