A couple of years ago we led a photo tour in Puglia, the “heel of the boot”. A wonderful trip, full of discoveries. (And, of course, spectacular photographs.)
One of the best discoveries was the town of Matera, which first gained fame as the shooting location for many scenes in Mel Gibson’s film, The Passion of the Christ.
Visiting Matera is truly like stepping back in time. One of its most special and unique features is the cave dwellings, many of which have been inhabited since prehistoric times.
We stayed at the amazing Sextantio Le Grotte della Civita and loved it.
Now, there’s a new cave hotel that just opened. Looks fabulous, too!
An article on news site CNN eloquently portrays the exquisite features of the Croatian Riviera.
Although Dubrovnik is certainly on the tourist map and increasingly crowded, there are so many lovely, unspoiled places along the Croatian Coast where we’d love to take you! Get in touch to talk with us about your own private custom photo tour in Croatia.
The food in Croatia is wonderful. Seafood, most of all.
Croatia Week online magazine has published a great roundup of restaurants and places to get amazing food. At prices you’ll be surprised with!
Not surprised that Pet Bunara in Zadar made the list – one of our absolute favourite restaurants in all of Croatia. We eat there on every visit!
Today is our last full day on our phototour of Croatia.
Over the past few days we’ve enjoyed incredible photography and travel experiences in Trogir, the ferry from Ploče to Trpanje and the Peljesac peninsula.
Some of our favourite places have been around Orebić and Korčula.
We visited and tasted fantastic wines at Matuško in Dingać.
We are now in Cavtat where we enjoyed a spectacular sunset and a full moon last night.
Today Dubrovnik !!
More iPhone snaps from Croatia!
We’re having a wonderful travel adventure and our clients are creating some great photographs.
Stay tuned for a collection of our ‘real’ images made with real cameras 😉
A few more phone snaps from our Croatia trip. We had a great time exploring the islands of Cres, Lošinj and Krk. Now at Plitvice park and really looking forward to photographing the waterfalls tomorrow!
Croatia is beautiful and our trip has been going perfectly. A few more iPhone snaps here.
On our way to #Croatia once again, this time leading a private #phototour with our great clients and wonderful friends from the U.S.
Stay tuned for lots of photos from the trip, and get in touch if you’d like to book your own private photo workshop anywhere in the world.
In the Spring of 2014, I led a private photo tour with clients in southern Spain, mainly Andalusia and Catalunya.
We began the trip in Seville – an incredibly beautiful, historic and photogenic city.
This image features the Metropol Parasol, which you can walk around the top of. The scale of the structure is evident by the people at bottom left, whom appear tiny in comparison.
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Photograph made near Santa Maddalena and the Dolomites, Italy features a sweeping vista that includes vibrant autumn colours and little alpine villages below a massive, rugged mountain range called the Geisler Group.
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During our photo tour of Scotland we visited the Cambus O’May cheese company near Balmoral. They make incredible artisan cheeses and the tour was really fun and educational. Maybe not surprisingly, the tour ended with a cheese tasting paired with Laphroaig whisky–a great combination!
Our group is having a fantastic time on our photo tour of Scotland! Great accommodations, amazing food and lots of laughs. And, of course, some spectacular photo opportunities. Here are a few snaps from my iPhone — stay tuned for finished images after we get home.