Walk and take photos – why not try THIS?

ūüĎ£¬†Come Join Us at¬†harvest time in the
Cape Winelands, hiking¬†The Whale Trail all¬†while improving your photography skills!¬†ūüĎ£
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Stanford (Image theoverberg.com)

Stanford (Image theoverberg.com)

11-14 February 2016 The Cape Winelands
4-day tour
 
If you can’t come for all four days¬†– join us for 24 or 48¬†hours in Tulbagh,¬†Robertson or Franschhoek!¬†R1250.00 per person for 24-hours for photography instruction – pay for your own travel and meals –¬†book your own accommodation. The Winelands are full and incredibly beautiful at the moment. Its harvest time and there is plenty going on! We will do¬†portrait photography on the grape pickers, still life photography on the many scenes that present themselves during harvest time,¬†architectural photography on the old Cape Dutch buildings, landscape photography, low-light photography in cellars¬†– and so much more!
Come Join in the fun while we share our knowledge and experience!

For more details and bookings – simply click on this link –
http://thephotowalkers.com/winelands-11-14-febuary-2016/
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29 April Р3 May 2016 
(includes 1 May which is a public holiday) The Whale Trail
6-day hike РThere is nothing quite as thrilling as hiking through the De Hoop Nature Reserve while taking photographs and knowing that every day only 12 people have the opportunity to be there.
This is a rare and unique experience that should not be missed.
We take care of everything including transport, meals, cartage of bags. You just need to bring your personal effects, camera gear and lunch time snacks.
Non-photographers welcome too. Limited space – early booking is advisable.For more details and bookings – simply click on this link
http://thephotowalkers.com/whale-trail-29-april-2016/
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