Another wonderful workshop has just been completed on King Island with eight lovely participants. We had the most amazing blue skies and warm weather. Low contrast due to the Autumn light and being 40 degrees south helped tremendously too. Had some great photographic opportunities at British Admiral’s Beach, Quarantine Bay, Yellow rock beach, Seal Rocks state reserve, The Gulchway, Penny’s Lagoon, Cape Wickham, the Calcified Forest and Broken Arm Beach. One morning out on an early shoot, the light was beautiful and we all managed some great images at Grassy, well positioned to grab the early light as it swept across the old Scheelite mine and the harbour. Everyone ate well of course (they always do as King Island food is so delicious) and the three days went so quickly, it was a little sad to fly out leaving behind such a beautiful place!
The July workshop is fully booked….. But a Spring flower Workshop Special for November is open to bookings, and dates for this workshop will be on the King Island page on this blog very soon!
Nice Photographs of King Island, you must have taken a tour with Ian Johnson.
Ian I’m in the process of upgrading my website and wondering whether i could use some of your images? How would i go about it?