Kicking Off The New Year

Kicking off the New Year ~ seems like there are many things to do, many places to go, and many things to shoot. While my own “bucket list” is quite small, I have a feeling this will be a very busy year. Heading out on a road trip January 1st ~ I’m going to attempt…

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  • Gretchen

    Karen, Craig Strong has also offered to give me a tour as I usually buy my lenses direct from his place of business. I wonder if we could arrange a field trip for the whole workshop attendees?ReplyCancel

    • KarenBurns

      Gretchen, we may need to ask people to tour prior to the workshop or even the day after ~ our time will be short, and we pack in a lot of information in the workshops. But I will think on this a bit. . . ReplyCancel

      • Gretchen

        Oh yes, I did not mean during the workshop. We want to spend every minute with you, learning.ReplyCancel

        • KarenBurns

          OK, 🙂 We will see what we can do, Gretchen! And thank you for passing the word on to Tricia!ReplyCancel

Counting the Days ’til Christmas

Are you counting the days ’til Christmas? It will be here before you know it! The shopping is done, thank you Amazon, you saved me from trips out into the madness of the season. The house is decorated, even though I seem to put up less and less each year. I’d be happy with my…

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The Holiday Season ~

I’m sure you are in the thick of the Holiday Season, just as most of us are this December. Fall disappeared in the blink of an eye and we now have snow in the mountains. I do love the change of seasons and can’t wait to get back up there and do a bit of…

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Burns Barn

The images added here are for architectural purposes and to document the current condition of the Burns Barn in Hubbardston, Michigan. This barn was built by Michael Burns approximately 130 years ago and currently sits on the Burns Centennial Farm. 

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  • KarenBurns

    I see a pulley at the top beam, I see ladders, I see amazing structure in these old beams, and I see endless possibilities for all this old timber. A fitting tribute to Michael Burns, and future generations, is in the works.ReplyCancel

Upcoming Still Life and Food Photography Workshop

We are excited to announce our next venue for the always-sold-out Still Life and Food Photography Workshop ~ it will be held here in Deb’s Barn! Isn’t this an amazing space? We are thrilled to be heading to Vancouver, Washington, just minutes away from Portland, Oregon, in March of 2019. The dates of March 21st,…

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  • Jane Simao

    Sounds wonderful!ReplyCancel

    • KarenBurns

      Awesome, Jane! I’ll put you on the listReplyCancel

  • Ann Owen

    I am definitely interested in this.ReplyCancel

    • KarenBurns

      you made the list, Ann, thank youReplyCancel

  • Gina Williams

    I’d love to participate. Thank you!ReplyCancel

    • KarenBurns

      And we’d love to have you Gina!ReplyCancel

    • KarenBurns

      so nice to see your name here Reveille! will keep you posted.ReplyCancel

  • Martha bauder

    Add me to the list please! I’d love to work with you guys again!ReplyCancel

    • KarenBurns

      You are on the list. Thank you Martha. ReplyCancel

  • Susan Statler

    Please add me to the list.ReplyCancel

  • Janice Hughes

    Please put me on your list.  ReplyCancel

  • Carlene

    If I’m healthy I’d love to attend. ReplyCancel

    • KarenBurns

      I am hoping you will be healthy CarleneReplyCancel

  • Patricia Mark

    Would love to know when the sign up is for this.ReplyCancel

    • KarenBurns

      I’ll put you on the list, Patricia! thanks much.ReplyCancel

  • Karen, I LIVE in Vancouver WA so I am very very excited you are comoing ot my town! Please sign me up to your listReplyCancel

  • Terri Burnett

    I’m interested Karen. This is in my neck of the woods! ReplyCancel

    • KarenBurns

      that would be great, Terri, will keep you on the listReplyCancel

  • Rhonda

    Definitely interested!ReplyCancel

    • KarenBurns

      Thanks much, Rhonda, you are on the list to be notified!ReplyCancel

  • Mary Bailey

    Please add me to to list 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Ruth McCully

    I am interested in your workshopsReplyCancel

    • KarenBurns

      Thank you Ruth, I will put you on the list ReplyCancel

  • KarenBurns

    Alrighty, everyone, emails went out yesterday, November 16th. Registration is NOW OPEN for those of you who requested to know. You have a couple days and then registration will open to the PUBLIC on Tuesday, November 20th. These workshops fill quickly, so hope to see you there! ReplyCancel

  • Rosemary Livingston

    I am definitely interestedReplyCancel

    • KarenBurns

      Great, Rosemary ~ sending you an email shortly. . . ReplyCancel

  • Gretchen Hayhurst

    I am very interest in this workshop and just live across the river in Oregon. Thank you ReplyCancel

    • KarenBurns

      Good Morning Gretchen, I’ve just sent you info via email, would love to have you join usReplyCancel

  • Gretchen hayhurst

    I can’t believe I just saw this posting. I’ve been so busy with the holidays and company visiting from London. I’m probably too late to get on the list but thought I’d try anyway.ReplyCancel

    • KarenBurns

      You are not too late, Gretchen, details on the way 🙂ReplyCancel