TUSCANY IN SPRING

May 12, 2018 - May 17, 2018

The lush green fields and rolling hills of Tuscany are one of landscape photography’s most iconic scenes. The area around Val d’Orcia has attracted photographers and artists for years and it’s easy to see why. Mist filled valleys and cypress tree-lined roads are everywhere you look, picturesque hilltop towns and vineyards, Tuscany is a beautiful landscape that you can’t help but be seduced by.

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ICELAND - LAND OF FIRE & ICE

June 23, 2018 - July 1, 2018

Iceland is surely near the top of almost every photographers bucket list of places to shoot, and rightly so. The landscape here is utterly unique and offers the kind of scenes that you simply can’t witness anywhere else on earth. Glaciers and waterfalls, black pebble beaches and jagged mountain peaks, the diversity is seemingly endless and it’s the kind of trip where you can’t fail to be inspired by the epic nature of the scenery. During June the golden hour, sunset, twilight and sunrise merge into each other lasting for hours, and all the elements are in ...

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ICELAND HIGHLANDS

July 2, 2018 - July 10, 2018

In a country of truly amazing landscapes the Icelandic highlands offers perhaps the most incredible scenery of all. The vast interior of this beautiful country has some of the most diverse and jaw-dropping landscapes imaginable. Surrounded on all sides by glaciers, this is an area of black sand deserts, snow covered peaks and mountains of every colour imaginable, from the vivid green moss covered hills of the Hvanngil and Mælifellssandur, to the deep oranges and red rhyolite valleys of Landmannalaugar. Lakes and rivers, lava fields and waterfalls, landscapes that change every few kilometres, there is simply so much to see ...

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The Dolomites

Sept. 23, 2018 - Sept. 29, 2018

Of all the different facets of landscape photography, mountains offer perhaps the most magnificent scenery to capture and the breath-taking towers and peaks of the Dolomites are among the most beautiful mountains in the world.  Rising almost vertically from dense forests and reflected in mirror-like alpine lakes it's impossible not to be both awed and inspired by the stunning vistas everywhere you look.

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