No workshops for a while but then two come along in quick succession! The Bath one was planned but this Jurassic coast one on 10th December was a bonus. The workshop was with Anthony Blake photography once again, he had someone cancel and asked me if I was interested, I was
As always with photography workshops you have to book well in advance and if it is going to be outside there is no control of the weather. I booked a workshop with Anthony Blake photography for Sunday 2nd December which was a walk round the city of Bath taking in
On the weekend of 3rd and 4th February I was lucky enough to be on a workshop with Landscape and Travel photographer David Clapp. I say lucky as the weekend was being run by Dorchester Camera club and my friend Pat and myself were invited to join them. On Saturday
On August Bank holiday Monday a friend and myself went along to a Harvest Mice workshop at Dean Mason’s Windows on Wildlife hide Windows on Wildlife website near Corfe Mullen. We would have a morning just the two of us taking photos of these lovely little creatures. We had been
Monday 17th September We had a short while to take a breather before getting our luggage together for the ferry trip and our visit the Aran islands. We would be staying for two nights on the island of Inis Mór. There are three Aran islands, Inis Oírr, the smallest island and closest
On November the 26th/27th November 2012 I was lucky enough to spend a night in London taking part in a photography workshop. Something I certainly wouldn’t have done on my own, it was a organised workshop with the photographer Doug Chinnery and London taxi driver Terry Gibbins who is also
My first trip out of the year on a organised workshop. It was one I was supposed to have attended last September but I had the chance to go to the West Coast of Ireland. Luckily Anthony Blake who runs these workshops kindly let me change to this March one.