The Block Creek Natural Area owners work diligently to provide you with a quality experience. We are constantly comparing notes, sharing new ideas and refining our properties. We visit each other’s properties to gain first hand familiarity with each other’s ranches not just our own ranch. We also continually consider feedback from our clients, incorporating suggestions which seem appropriate. This is a new and evolving venture, which our clients are helping to shape.
While all of these efforts have resulted in setups which will provide most visitors with a quality experience, there are variables which must be recognized. Individual preferences and needs vary considerably among photographers. No situation can please everyone all the time. What one person might not appreciate may be perfect for the next shooter. We will modify as best we can to accommodate the needs of each guest, but the difficulty of pleasing everyone should be accepted.
Weather and wildlife idiosyncrasies are beyond our control. There are times when the weather ruins a day. And there are times when wildlife just does not move, regardless of perfect habitat, settings and abundant wildlife populations. In wildlife photography, it must be accepted that some days are great, some days are terrible and most days are somewhere in between. These uncontrollable variables can undo our hardest work and best efforts to deliver a productive shoot. Fortunately such days are rare, but they do happen.
We ask that you have reasonable expectations and view your time shooting with us in its entirety. The good days will almost always outweigh the few bad ones, which we consider to be a reasonable expectation.
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