Bobbi is working with a local farm that produces cheese. And they have agreed to allow us access in the early morning to see the milking process and other on goings of the farm. We've had to move the date to March 2nd because of weather this February. With this date move, I (Tim Morgan) have been handed the job leading this event. Once again, even though this new date is locked down, being that it's a working farm, things do come up and then there is always the weather which could, once again require yet an additional postponement. We are being offered a snack of cheese and maybe a few moments with farmers between their chores. This is a great opportunity that has filled up quickly. Expect baby lambs and other farm critters. If they like us, we might be able to go back another time. Location is about an hour from Santa Rosa, so plan accordingly. The limit is 12 photographers on this so we don't overwhelm them. Please be sure that you can commit before taking a space from someone else.
What to bring-
Dress in warm layers with farm proof shoes- mud, poop, and other nasties… with a change of shoes in the car and a plastic baggie for your gross shoes. tripods are welcome but might tie you down. a sack snack and water
maybe a wide and a long lens. I've also seen really cool shots with a fish eye. Flash unit- but please DO NOT FLASH THE ANIMALS