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Photograph Newfoundland!

***Workshop is full please call (218) 830-0767 for wait list***

 July 21-29, 2018


Our most popular international workshop.dory

Fourteen years ago I asked my Aunt Ruth if I should go to Iceland, Norway, or Ireland (she was head of AAA travel for the Midwest and has been around the world several times, so I figured if anyone knew a great place to go it was her.) She said Newfoundland, I looked back at the list of choices I had given her and said, Newfoundland was not on the list. Her reply was that Newfoundland was the most beautiful place she had ever been. Pretty strong recommendation, I was not disappointed and I am sure that you won’t either.

Our workshop begins with a one day and one night on St. John’s historic harbor and Cape Spear, there is much to see and photograph on the eastern most point in North America, from ships, lighthouses, old forts and historic maritime architecture. The next three days will be spent in the area of Trinity Newfoundland, the oldest continuously occupied town in North America. Here we will spend three thrilling days of; puffins, eagles, osprey, one outing in a zodiac for whale photography, and if the conditions are right some late melting ice-burgs. On our fifth day we leave for the most picturesque region of Newfoundland; the Twillingate  islands. This region is old time Newfoundland at its best. The rugged natural and cultural scenery is counterbalanced by the warmth and friendliness of the inhabitants. Two days here is barely enough to capture all the region has to offer. Our last evening is at Cape St. Mary’s, one of the largest Gannet Sea Bird colonies in the world. The last day is spent traveling though the southern Avalon Peninsula which is home to roving herds of Woodland Caribou.

Newfoundland’s exquisite scenery is only matched by the altruistic character of its inhabitants.

During the workshop there will be instructional sessions on image capture, digital raw conversion, field shoot instruction, and review of images made during the workshop.

 

 

Workshop Cost:

$3295.00 (early registration, cost will increase in 2018 register now to lock in this low price)

A non-refundable deposit of $500.00 is required to confirm your reservation.

Balance is due 90 days prior to the workshop.

Price is based upon double occupancy, single occupancy premium is $700 due at time of balance due.

Includes: Accommodations (based upon double occupancy), ground transportation, wildlife, bird and landscape guided tours, iceberg and whale watching, photographic instruction, and a boat load of fun!

Not included: Airfare, food, admission fees (if any) to spontaneous events or facilities not normally part of the planned itinerary.


Newfoundland



Maximum of 8 participants. 2 Instructors

Workshop dates are July 21-29, 2018

For more information call us at (218)-830-0767, or email john@coldsnap.com.

John Z at Bonavista

 

To register by phone call (218) 830-0767, (frequently I am out of cell range, please leave a message with your phone number and a good time to return your call.)

To register by mail send a check to: ColdSnap Photography 2437 Highway 3, Two Harbors MN 55616.

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