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Cascade Center of Photography Excursions

The Cascade Center of Photography offers excursions and on-site workshops for photography adventures in Central Oregon and beyond. There are workshops and outings for beginning to advanced photographers.

Saturday, June 4: CCOP is offering a "Last Light and Night Photography" workshop at Fort Rock State Park. The historic Fort Rock village will provide a backdrop for many photo ops. Participants will arrive before the last hour of light and stay until after dark practicing night light photography at the historic western village and shooting the stars when dark.

July 24 to 26: An extensive three-day workshop will explore landscape photography in Central Oregon. Instruction will occur at three different locations with classroom image development instruction.

For rates and dates, check ccophoto.com or call 541-241-2266.

Oregon Desert Trail

Learn about Oregon's newest and perhaps most challenging trail proposal, The Oregon Desert Trail, at REI in Bend's Old Mill District, March 9 at 6 p.m. The free discussion will be led by the Oregon Natural Desert Association's Renee Patrick who has completed long distance hikes on the Pacific Crest, the Appalachian, and Continental Divide Trails. 

Much of the 750-mile desert trail is in conceptual stages. It traces a route from the Badlands Wilderness just east of Bend south to the Fremont National Forest, southeast to Hart Mountain, east to the Steens, and finally terminates after passing through the Owyhee Canyonlands. ONDA hopes the trail will eventually win designation as an extension of the National Recreation Trail system.

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