Hi, I'm part of a group that is exploring the idea of a Photographer's Rally. We are trying to judge how many people would be interested in spending a long weekend in one of the U.S.'s most scenic areas with several national parks and monuments, a gigantic state park and many opportunities for great photos. The concept would include photo opportunities with wildlife including a large buffalo herd, wild horses, antelope, deer, mountain goats, etc. Landscapes are available with an incredible variety, from mountains to prairies and badlands desert. Local attractions would provide special opportunities such as an historic steam train, ghost town tours and Native American dancers. Tips from local pros, plus slide shows, exhibits and lectures may also be offered. Guided tours to some of the most scenic spots would be offered. There would be no fee for participation, but each participant would pay entrance fees to parks and attractions on their own. Just realized I probably hadn't made it clear that this would include special access for photographers and events, locations, etc. that are not normally available on an everyday basis. Does this sound like something you'd be interested in? Any suggestions or questions are welcome. Like I say, this is only in the brainstorming phase at this time, but if there's a lot of interest, you will be hearing more in the future. Thanks for any input you can give.