Mid Wales Spring into Photography

Monday 27th October 2014, 4 night(s)
Base: Llanerchindda Farm

£495.00 (Deposit: £60.00)

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Mid Wales – a remote and very scenic landscape at every turn. Here are forests, waterfalls, rivers, landscapes that seem to stretch forever….and, indeed, they do!

Join us on the Mid Wales ‘Spring into Photography’ workshop. The location offers so much and as a real bonus, much of this is not yet exploited by other photographers! It’s all there, awaiting your creativity AND imagination.

The cost of the four night break is only £495.00 which includes full board, totally committed tuition and guidance, and travel to all the locations. Real value.

  • 4 nights accommodation, including dinner, bed and breakfast and packed lunches on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
    A packed lunch for Friday is available but is not included in the cost.
  • Comprehensive help and guidance on outdoor photography at all the selected locations and a full set of notes to back up the onsite help

The cost does not include:

  • Bar bills (there is an honesty bar at Llanerchindda Farm)
  • Holiday Insurance
  • The cost of travel to and from Llanerchindda Farm.

This is such a special and relatively unexplored part of the UK which offers some truly spectacular landscape opportunities seldom available to others. Included are woodlands, rolling hills, visit to a kite feeding centre (cost included), remote chapels and farms, high reservoirs and so much more. The beautiful Upper Tywi Valley is a treat offering a feast of photo opportunities. The Elan Valley is also included with its famous dressed stone dams and oak woods.

Our base is very comfortable and friendly with EXCELLENT hospitality home cooking – a treat in itself!

I have run this trip for the last seven years and have filled each one – so if you want to experience the Mid Wales hills get in touch soon! I will ask for a non-refundable deposit of £60.00 per person to secure a booking.  I look forward to hearing from you!


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