Exploring the Depth of Photography
Experience and photograph the splendor of one of the world’s most unique cities, while exploring the nooks and crannies of the surrounding region. This eight-day tour will be the journey of a lifetime!
DATES: March 14 – 21, 2014
This is the second of three amazing 2014 European photo tours with Vagabond Vistas and Private Italy Tours. Starting in Barcelona and taking in the Gaudi sites and more, the tour also visits the small city of Figueres (known for its Dali museum) and Cadaqués (on the Mediterranean Coast). This tour is an architectural and cultural photographers dream come true! DATES: 2014 tour canceled. New dates TBD.
This special 6-day tour provides the perfect opportunity to photograph an authentic and colorful cultural event — the Inti Raymi festival that takes place over the summer solstice period. Time will also be allotted to visit local communities, roam the streets and markets of Otovalo and, hopefully, relax a little at the splendid Sacha Ji retreat (our “hotel”).
DATES: June 18 – 23, 2014
This three-day tour takes in the best of Sanibel and Captiva Islands, including both a sunrise and a sunset, with the highlight being a visit to the Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge for some bird photography. This tour is limited to only eight participants! DATES: December 26 – 28, 2014
This three-hour tour explores the edgier side of Downtown Asheville. Funky architecture. Colorful graffiti. Quirky doors and windows. All within a very small geographic area that is easy to navigate.
DATE: March 1, 2014
If you love photographing flowers, then this special four-hour tour is not to be missed! Every April, the gardens at the Biltmore Estate are ablaze with color as 75,000 tulips make their annual appearance.
DATE: April 12, 2014
Are you interested in a Vagabond Vistas photo tour in Asheville or Western North Carolina (WNC)? Here is a list of our most popular events in the area.
There is more to creating great imagery than owning expensive gear and knowing all of the controls. This three-day UNC-A OLLI workshop includes a special “Elements of Design” module that helps form a foundation for all artistic composition, plus over 20 practical compositional techniques to help turn your “good” photos into “great” ones.
DATES: Mar. 28 – 30, 2014
So, you want to learn a thing or two about photography, but you’re having trouble finding a good match between your specific interests and what’s on offer in and around Asheville. Why not contact us to conduct a workshop or seminar for your camera club or organization?
This tour tour begins in one of the most historic sections of the City of Brotherly Love, meandering its way through the nooks and crannies of Old City and Society Hill. The general theme of this Photo Tour is urban life, architectural detail and history. Visits to landmarks such as Elfreth’s Alley and Independence Hall will be interwoven with good old-fashioned walking the streets.
This is one of the most unique photo tours in the Vagabond Vistas repertoire. The penitentiary, now a popular Philadelphia museum, once held many of America’s most notorious criminals, including bank robber “Slick Willie” Sutton and “Scarface” Al Capone.
This six-hour tour begins at City Hall, making its way down the Ben Franklin Parkway to the steps of the Museum of Art, then finishing on a bridge overlooking the Schuylkill for a twilight / night skyline shoot.
This full-day tour takes in some of Manhattan’s most popular neighborhoods, making its way through the Flatiron section, down to Greenwhich Village, including Union Square, Washington Square Park and the East Village. DATE: TBD
This tour provides a taste of all the Big Apple has to offer, from the green landscape of Central Park, to the hustle and bustle street life in Midtown, to the concrete jungle and architecture. There is truly something in this for everyone!
New Hope, PA and Lambertville, NJ are two of the most picturesque market towns in the Delaware Valley, and they are conveniently located across the river from each other. This popular tour takes in both towns.
The Ken Lockwood Gorge — a short stretch of the South Branch of the Raritan River — is one of the best-kept secrets in New Jersey, if not the entire Northeast USA. Although well-known with local trout fly-fishermen (and women), its natural beauty and its tranquility remain under the radar of most New Jersey residents. DATE: Autumn 2014 date TBD
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