Pennsylvania Elk Photography Experience

Just today a newspaper article in The Morning Call featured our Pennsylvania Elk Photography Experience. You can read the article here. This article includes some photographs of the elk taken by my colleague and friend, Dick McCreight.

We enjoy leading these photography experiences and always enjoy being out with our cameras and teaching. There is still time to sign up so consider joining us on an upcoming trip. You can find more information here.

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3 Responses to Pennsylvania Elk Photography Experience

  1. Don H. Wert says:

    I am interested in learning more about having you present a program at a sportsman banquet at our church. We just started a soortsman banquet last year and we had 25 men attend. We would like to see this expand. Can you give me some idea of costs and availabilty for a program of photos and comment. Thank you.
    Pastor Don Wert
    St. Matthew’s E. C. Church
    Emmaus, Pa. 18049

    • bobshank says:

      Hi Pastor Don!

      I am doing just such a presentation next month at a local church in my area. I typically charge around $100 for the events in my area but I am willing to travel and the Lehigh Valley is certainly in my range. I can include any and all of the following: wildlife photography presentation, inspirational talk, photography display of my wildlife photography, and/or Pennsylvania Elk presentation. My availability is fairly open, especially if we can work ahead on the calendar. If you have any additional questions please let me know and you can always contact me by email at Thanks!

  2. Willard says:

    Congratulations on the article, Bob. Both you and Dick gave excellent interviews. It was a pleasure to meet you both during the past year and I look forward to seeing you again in 2010. I also wish to thank Dick for touching on the hunt controversy.

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