Anna Hergert, Art & Design

More Inspiration From The Landscape That Surrounds Me…

Cloud Chasing Afternoon 2_reducedI am off at a photography retreat this weekend. The Moose Jaw Camera Club had enough interest to organize a get-away to Muenster, SK near Humboldt. Our teacher is John Perret, an amazing landscape photographer who ignited a passion in me four years ago I did not know I had.

While I am away I will share another cloud chasing blog post from my travel and photography site. On July 5th a weather warning was issued and forcing me to shut down my electronic equipment for a couple of hours. Nothing came of the warning but I utilized the time roaming the gravel roads close to home… Enjoy this post.

This entry was published on July 23, 2016 at 7:11 am. It’s filed under Creativity Update, Motivational, Nature photography, Nature's Art, Photography & Events, Refocusing Creativity, Sharing Resources, Something to Smile About, staying in touch, Travel and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

4 thoughts on “More Inspiration From The Landscape That Surrounds Me…

  1. Nancy on said:

    It has been eight years since we have driven through the prairies.
    Thanks for the great photos and reminder of why we enjoyed that trip.
    It was early July . The field were full of colour , bright yellow, new green and soft purples. And more.


    • You are welcome for the images, Nancy! Wish we had known each other better 8 years ago… we drove back from Quilt Canada St. John’s, NF and arrived home on June 28th to golden canola fields. I will never forget the sight. It was our fist summer living in Saskatchewan.


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