|Sent on:||Thursday, October 31, 2013 3:51 PM|
I wanted to give you a first look at a workshop I am offering in my old stomping ground - Canterbury UK, in May 2014.
Attached is the brochure for the 7 day workshop series.
Based in the Historic City of Canterbury with its Gothic Cathedral, Knights Templar’s Hospital and Roman Walls we will be based at the Falstaff Hotel (founded in 14th Century).
From there we will explore some of the most historic and photographic places in the “Garden of England
· ”.A 2000 year old Roman Villa in Lullingstone
· Picturesque Leeds Castle founded in 1119. In the 13th century it came into the hands of King Edward I, for whom it became a favorite residence; in the 16th century, Henry VIII used it as a residence for his first wife, Catherine of Aragon
· Dungeness – sparse windswept fishing village on the South Cost with abandoned boats, quaint shacks and lots of photo ops.
· Rye ad Hastings – historic port towns
· Stodmarsh and Dungeness RSPB Reserves - premier birding reserves in the South of England
· The City of Canterbury - pedestrians only are allowed in n the City center around the Cathedral which includes many historic sites and buildings including:
· Canterbury Cathedral - Gothic Cathedral where Thomas Becket was murderd burned down and rebuilt in the 1100s
Of course, the aim of the workshop is to develop your photography skills and to that end I will be organizing several workshop sessions and giving out some challenging exercises each day.
The cost of the workshop includes all instruction and travel to the various workshop locations inside the UK. (excludes flights and travel between the airport and Canterbury)
I will be based at the Falstaff Hotel in Canterbury and discounted rates can be brained if enough of the group decide to use this as their base. Of course, as the cost of food and accommodation is not included so you are free to make your own arrangements for accommodation.
Flights to and from the UK (Gatwick or Heathrow) are not included but group discounted rates from Boston may be available if enough people choose to travel together)
The cost for the workshop is $1750 and it will be posted on the meetup site in the next few days.
Of course if you wish to ensure you place (it’s limited to ten) please contact Ian immediately. [address removed]
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