Exclusive discounted aurora tour this Tuesday!

Are you interested in going on an aurora tour THIS TUESDAY?
JOIN US for a last minute spur of the moment adventure! This coming Tuesday the 26th, Ronn Murray Photography & Tours is having a one time sale EXCLUSIVELY for Aurora Borealis Notifications fans at $275, which is $200 off the normal price of $475.

This is the Arctic Circle/Scenic Dalton Highway Aurora Workshop Tour…… see details and photos at http://www.ronnmurrayphoto.com/NorthernLightsTours/TourOptions

Pickup starts at 3:00 PM
Returning around 4:30 AM


Along the famous “Ice Road” or Dalton Highway, there lies a stretch of some of Alaska’s most picturesque winter scenery. A personal favorite Aurora location for Ronn, this location offers amazing views of a frozen world not seen anywhere else. Witness first hand, the magical frost covered Black Spruce trees and snow blanketed valleys as the Aurora dances overhead. Stunning photos seem to appear around every bend as we traverse this photographers paradise on our way to the Arctic Circle.
Enjoy a dynamic variety of breathtaking Alaskan terrains along the 200 mile journey North of Fairbanks.

This is an all-day trip and includes several historic site visits along the way, including an informative visit to the Trans-Alaska Pipeline and stops along the historic Livengood-Tolovana Mining District in the White Mountains region. Then we explore the Dalton Highway, cross the mighty Yukon River and head North to the Arctic Circle.
This tour is a rustic experience for those wishing to truly appreciate Alaska’s natural winter beauty and join a select few in crossing the Arctic Circle. Seeing Alaska’s winter wildlife is always a possibility along this route and Northern Lights are common on the return trip.

A brown bag meal & water will be included but you may wish to bring along extra snacks if desired. Energy drinks are always a good idea for this trip as well. But keep in mind facilities along this road are outhouses.

This tour will include *photography instruction* on landscape and Aurora photography. Composition, gear and settings will be discussed as well as shooting in the cold. This tour also includes portraits of guests in front of the Aurora (pending Aurora conditions of course).

What you’ll need to bring…(please inquire for more details)
• A DSLR is highly recommended (some Mirrorless and micro 4/3rds bodies are quite capable but please inquire at the time of booking if there are any questions) Limited rental gear may be available. Inquire at the time of booking. PLEASE ASK ABOUT YOUR CAMERA BEFORE BOOKING IF PHOTOS WITH YOUR CAMERA ARE WHAT YOU WANT.
• A good wide angle lens with a large maximum aperture is best.
• A solid tripod. This is critical!
• Your camera’s manual
• Extra Batteries
• A headlamp or flashlight
•Warm clothing sufficient for -40 below temps
•Chemical or other types of handwarmers recommended
• Shutter release cable
• Desiccant such as Damprid
• A Ziploc bag large enough for your camera and lens

Camera supplies can be found locally at several stores including Alaska Camera in Fairbanks.

You must mention Aurora Borealis Notifications when booking. Please contact Ronn Murray at 907.854.1609 or through the Facebook page or website.

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