Overnight Photography at Little Finland
April 29 @ 1:00 pm - April 30 @ 10:00 am
• What we’ll do
Join us for an overnight photography outing at Little Finland, taking advantage of the full moon lighting casting eerie shadows on and around the many red formations (a.k.a. goblins).
We will meet in the parking lot at the start of Gold Butte Road at 1 PM (Pacific Time) and caravan south of Whitney Pockets to Mud Wash and then approximately eight miles to Little Finland. In the wash there are wash outs and soft sand, so you will need a high clearance vehicle or four-wheel drive. We should arrive by 3 PM, leaving plenty of time to explore the area and find your photography spots for the evening. Please note: the Sun sets at 7:23 PM (maybe we will have some clouds for a great sunset) the Moon rises at 6:14 PM and sets at 4:52 AM leaving the possibility for some interesting time lapse opportunities to capture creeping shadows.
Bring your camera, tripod, extra batteries, sturdy shoes, layers of clothing just in case it gets cold, your camping equipment, and food. Given that we are photographers we were not planning on a camp fire, but if you wish please bring along firewood and marshmallows.
I will bring my black-light so we can search for our friendly little scorpions. If anyone else has one, please bring it along.
For more information on Little Finland, see: http://www.birdandhike.com/Hike/GoldButte/L_Finland/_L_Finland.htm
Steve is a certified interpretive guide, Site steward for the State Historic Preservation Office, Friends of Gold Butte board member and active BLM volunteer in Nevada and Utah.
All Friends of Gold Butte hikes are free and open to the public. We will work to carpool so please let me know (email email@example.com.) who can drive and who will need to hitch a ride. There are no toilet facilities at Little Finland so prepare for proper wilderness procedures to dispose of your waste.