Holden Winter Photography Workshop Rescheduled to February 11, 2023

Photographers in Stebbins Gulch After Descent of Frozen Waterfall

If you live in northeast Ohio, you know that winter is currently on vacation in our corner of the Buckeye State, and the landscape looks nothing like the scene shown in the photo above, taken on February 3, 2018 during more typical winter weather. The weather forecast for Thursday, January 19 in the Holden Arboretum area calls for a high of 52 degrees, with a quarter of an inch of rain. The frozen waterfall and creek on which the photographers are standing will be replaced by a torrent of water, and the snow and icicles will be conspicuous by their absence.

So far 16 participants have signed up for our Winter Photography Workshop on Saturday, January 21, with 4 places still available. Colder temperatures, with some snowfalls, are predicted to return during the last week in January, so we have rescheduled the workshop for Saturday, February 11, when we hope that the conditions in Stebbins Gulch will more closely resemble the winter scene shown below, taken at a prior winter photography workshop. 

If you have already registered for the workshop, Jen Graham, the Holden Forests & Gardens Adult Program Coordinator, will contact you to find out if you will be able to attend the workshop on February 11. As noted above, there are a few places still available at this time. To register for the workshop, visit the Holden Forests & Gardens website.      

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