Join the GNPA on this members only opportunity to photograph Old Buildings,
Sweetwater Creek, Wild Flowers, and Landscapes.
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WHEN: Saturday, April 6, 2019 - NO CHARGE
WHERE: McDaniel Farm Park Historic Site at 3251 McDaniel Road, Duluth GA.
TIME: 7:30 AM – Meet in the Parking lot at the end of McDaniel Road NW. No real limit to how long anyone would like to stay. County Park and it remains open till dusk.


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This former cotton farm is relatively unchanged since its drawing in the 1820 land lottery. In the early 1900s, it was a thriving farm. In later years the farm housed sharecroppers and experienced the struggles of the Great Depression and the boll weevil.
This story comes to life in the property’s original barn, well house, chicken coup, blacksmith shed and restored tenant farmer house.

McDaniel Farm Park hours are 10:00 to 16:00 however; the Trails are open from Sunrise to Sunset.  There is no site charge. Travel and any meals are at member expense.

Trip Leaders: Kip Stahl 770-330-2412 (mobile) and Don Stewart.

  1. Personal safety is of utmost importance. Nature photography includes inherent risks which all participants must evaluate for themselves as to the safety of any activity based on their personal abilities. Be constantly aware of your surroundings and any potential hazards which could result in injury to you or others. Do not place yourself in danger!
  2. By registering, you are agreeing to the standard GNPA Warranty and Liability release.
    You may want to bring water, snacks, or lunch. Depending on the weather, you may need bug repellant and Sun Screen. Wear comfortable walking shoes that can get wet/muddy (hiking boots or shoes).
Equipment: Tripod, multiple lenses from Macro to Telephoto. Polarizer or other filters are also recommended.
Remember, as with any field trips, do not leave anything out in your car while on the trails. Keep any possessions in trunk of your car. Always take a trash bag to pick up and clean while on field trips. Only leave footprints behind, nothing else!