The Camargue Photography Tour

April 19th – 25th 2020,   April 26th – May 2nd 2020

Imagine a herd of white horses thundering towards you, wild, with lush manes flowing through the air, the Mediterranean Sea as your backdrop. Come join us in France to photograph the world-renowned White Horses of Camargue . A bucket list item for sure.  You don’t have to be a horse lover to want to experience the power and beauty of these horses along with the heart-pounding thrill of feeling the beat of their hoofs at your feet. The white horses of Camargue are considered amongst the most beautiful horses in the world and they are an absolute joy to photograph. Jodie Willard has partnered the local agent in France that established the Camergue horse program and honed it to virtual perfection for a photographers delight.

Jodie Willard will lead a small group of like-minded individuals to photograph the magnificent White Horses in the south of France.  The custom design tour boosts the maximum number of photographic opportunities available. This tour includes 10 photo sessions, 4 more photography sessions than any other tour offered. The program is located in the wonderfully unspoiled wetlands area of Les Saintes Maries de la Mer. In addition the participants will have the opportunity to photograph hundreds of beautiful flamingos and Grey Herons in the Parc. Ornithologique De Pont De Gau a 150-acre park/wild bird sanctuary within the Carmague area a 5-minute drive from our hotel.

Limited to 8 participants

Arctic Foxes Iceland

January 26th – January 31st 2020
Photographing the curious and charming arctic fox is one of the most enduring joys for any nature photographer. Join our small group of photographers for this exclusive trip to the stunning Westfjords region of Iceland. Very few photographers have the opportunity to experience the remote Hornstrandir Nature Reserve and bring back the images of a lifetime. This trip will give you unmatched access for 6 days and 5 nights where you will have the unique opportunity to work closely with the arctic foxes of the valley along with possible northern lights.
Limited to 4 participants