Wildflowers at Hobbs State Park
- May 14, 2016
2:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Wildflowers with Sharon Haley and Miranda Viney
Wildflowers, dots across our landscape, provide a natural color palette for the Northwest Arkansas region. Do you love looking at flowers in their natural environment and yearn to learn more about them? Would you like to take a wildflower photo walk and get tips on taking pretty pictures?
Please join us at the Hobbs State Park Visitor’s Center to hear noted arborist Sharon Haley share her knowledge of wildflowers growing right here in our region. Esteemed photographer, Miranda Viney, will share basic photography tips on taking beautiful wildflower pictures. Stay for a walking tour of the park to enjoy the day and take photos. We will provide a link to upload your picture for sharing with the class.
About Sharon Haley
Sharon Haley has gardened with herbs and native plants for more than 35 years. In the 1980s, she studied with nationally known herbalists throughout Pennsylvania and New England. She was the 1996 Arkansas Master Garden of the Year. Her Rogers garden included more than 80 species of native plants and was one of the first Certified Wildlife Habitat gardens in Arkansas. She now lives and gardens on 30 acres situated on the War Eagle River where she continues to grow and learn about Ozark native plants.
About Miranda Viney
A native to Northwest Arkansas, Miranda has kept her passion for all things photography for 15 years and been a member of the PSNWA Nature Division for 2 years. She has experience in numerous photographic genres ranging from abstract, macro, portraiture (studio and natural light,) and landscapes. All of which have inspired a growing passion for nature photography fueled by a philosophy of continued learning and a personal goal to find the beauty in all things.
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