In about a week I’ll be leaving on a jet plane, and resuming the life of a peripatetic photographer after several months as a “homebody”. I am looking forward very much to my trip and new adventures, but also I will miss my family, home, and the great time I have photographing flowers (and weeds) in and around our garden. It’s all good!
On this voyage, I’ll first be headed to Madrid, then to the southwest of France, where I lead a group of friends who are photographers in the Lot River Valley. Next, I’ll be spending some time on my own hiking the world-famous Camino de Santiago pilgrimage trail. Finally, I’ll join PhotoPills as an instructor for their annual camp in Menorca.
If you are interested in joining me on a photographic adventure, there is still space available in November’s Days and Knights of Malta.
The early-bird discount for the 2019 Spring in Paris (with Monet’s garden at Giverny) ends June 1, 2018.
There is also some space availability in the following 2018 photography workshops I am leading:
- Capturing the Great Gardens of Maine (August 5-11, 2018 at Maine Media Workshops)
- Black & White Photography (August 17-18 at Heidelberg Summer School of Photography)
- Night & Low Light (August 19-20 at Heidelberg Summer School of Photography)
- Dark of the Moon Night Photography in the Eastern Sierras (September 7-10, 2018)
You can find my upcoming Workshops & Events on this page. For reasons I explain in this blog story I am no longer on Facebook, but I’ll try to keep blogging—of course, my rate of posting will likely slow down when I am “on the road”!—and to post images on my Flickr and Instagram streams as I go.
May the wind under your wings bear you where the sun sails and the moon walks!