Outer Hebrides photography retreat images

Retreats, workshop

The first of the Hebridean photography retreats were a great success in March 2019. I am currently working away at creating new dates and locations including Loch Ness, Orkney and more Outer Hebrides for the coming year.

Each one is handpicked and created lovingly to give you the best experience possible and I treat everything very personally. So it takes time and there will only be a few specially selected locations and dates coming up. Two of which I am pleased to say that that Paul Sanders  is joining me for in 2020.

Stay tuned for info! For now here are some more images from my time on the Hebrides. Everything from sunshine through to sandstorms to snow within 2 wonderful weeks!beach photography on outer Hebrides workshopout and about during landscape photography retreat landscape photography workshop on the wonderful outer Hebrides photography retreat on Scottish islands photography changeable Scottish island weather during photography workshop immersed in nature during outer Hebrides landscape photography retreat scottish islands photography workshop photography workshop on remote scottish island

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