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Center Hosts Nature Photography Workshop

On May 18th and 19th, the Biodiversity Center hosted the Nature Photograhy Workshop at Stengl Lost Pines Biological Station. The workshop focused on everything from photography basics, to composition, lighting, and processing. About 40 miles outside of Austin, the location of Stengl was an ideal for photographers of nature as the field station comprises nearly 600 acres of pine oak woodlands and savanna. Students were able to choose from an array of subjects, from wildflowers in bloom from the recent rains, to insects, birds, and plantlife. Here are a few of the photos from the workshop. More can be viewed at our Facebook page.

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 Photo by Sean Leonard Photo by Jen Schlauch
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 Photo by Jen Schlauch  Photo by Morgan Gustison
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 Photo by Jen Schlauch  Photo by Jen Schlauch
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 Photo by Jen Schlauch  Photo by Jen Schlauch
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