King Tides Walk and Photography Lesson

King Tides Walk and Photography Lesson

300 W Elm St, Fort Bragg, CA 95437, USA

King Tides Walk and Photography Lesson

Saturday, January 21, 2023


Join the Mendocino Land Trust Outdoor Social Club and the North Coast chapter of Latino Outdoors for a walk near Pudding Creek to observe the King Tides.

King Tides are extremely high tides that happen a couple of times every year; they offer us a chance to think about rising sea levels, the science of tides, and to marvel at the ocean’s awesome power.

Esme Plascencia, Program Coordinator for Latino Outdoors North Coast, will lead us to the Pudding Creek Trestle Bridge and give a short lesson on nature photography. After we stroll along the coast, trying out our new photography skills, we will gather for snacks and a debrief.

We will meet at 9:30 at the parking lot of the Noyo Headlands Park near Rossi’s at the intersection of W. Elm St. and Glass Beach Dr. Please bring your cameras–whichever camera you prefer–and lots of layers as it will undoubtedly be chilly.

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This is just one of the many outings Latino Outdoors sponsors. To find out more, head to their Facebook page.