Isle of Harris photography retreat

Retreats

Last November I ran an Isle of Harris photography retreat based at Scarista beach. I have been visiting the Isle of Harris for 12 years now and it has become almost like a second home. Last year I travelled back and forth almost every fortnight during the summer months. I have photographed elopements and weddings on the Hebrides for many years now and always stay on longer to photograph the incredible landscapes of Harris. My long term passion for the Hebrides now sees me taking groups of photographers over to the places I have come to know and love so well. I just adore sharing these experiences!

November saw a lovely small group of photographers join me as we stayed in some of the nicest self catering houses close to Scarista Beach on Harris. As you can see from the images below, we were treated to some incredible wintery light, along with some chilly conditions! Everyone embraced the landscapes and seascapes and interpreted the scenes in their own way - something that is at the heart of what I like to teach. Finding your own unique view of the world is so lovely.

I hope to run this retreat again and share more of the Hebridean landscapes with others! Stay tuned and sign up to my newsletter for newly released retreats

 

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