To say we were warmly welcomed to Antelope Valley would be an understatement. We had a great time and met
fabulous people. Sally Douglas was our host, her place is beautiful.
Sitting in the middle of a picturesque desert, it provided amazing photographic opportunities. Sally opened her home to us, and shared it graciously with everyone.
The clinic and lessons were great. It ran like clockwork. A big thank you to Mike & Sport who worked their tails off making sure the sheep were sorted and ready to go for Norman.
Pat Gannan did a super job, doing all of the scheduling for the clinic, and the photographic sessions. I appreciated it so much.
We were able to steal the last tidbit of sweet light from the desert, for an image of he and his lovely wife.
Terry Kenny, of Task Farms, provided the sheep for the clinic, taking the time to bring fresh sheep on Sunday. It was a pleasure to photograph him and his wonderful hat.
Congratulations to Spike, he landed himself in heaven! He now lives with Dr. Bob Schooley of Torrance, California. Bob is a doctor of veterinary medicine, and the nicest man you will ever meet. Since Spike is the nicest dog you ever want to meet...they were meant for each other. We wish them many happy years together .
We want to thank everyone, we enjoyed you all. We hope you had a great time, learned a lot and enjoy your beautiful images that we created together.
P.S Thanks Kathy for the great cooking, I left CA wearing a different size!