National Geographic says there is nowhere on the earth as rich in quantity and quality of the prehistoriccreatures' remains as the Badlands' arid Dinosaur Provincial Park and UNESCO World Heritage. People come from all over the world to see the mysterious, surreal land of hoodoos, milky rivers, old cottonwoods, old buildings, big skies and gorgeous sunsets.
Brad used to roam the badlands every weekend shooting the landscape and looking for dinosaur bones and later shot photos for the Jackie Chan movie Shanghai Noon, We will take you to the best locations at the best times for the best photos.
The Plan: We will travel together by van from Calgary and then roam and shoot the historic almost ghost town of Dorothy Alberta. We will shoot the classic old church, solitary grain elevator, old cars and abandoned buildings and all the history of this one-of-a-kind place. Then, we will head to the badlands near Drumheller for some food, cold drinks in mason jars and critique session at the legendary, historic Last Chance Saloon and hear stories about the old bullet holes in the walls. Then, we will roam the coulees, Hoo Doos and incredible landscape and create great photos of the unique land of bones and badlands.
When:September 21st Time: 9am-8pm Where: Drumheller Alberta Cost: $175 Includes transportation, instruction and a cold drink at the Last Chance Saloon.