Fine Art Photography Workshops and Tours

Ocean Capture

Ocean Capture

Iceland Westfjords

11th - 17th September, 2021

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ICELAND WESTJORDS PHOTOGRAPHY EXPEDITION . If you ask an Icelandic where their most favourite part of Iceland is, they will most likely mention the breathtaking north west penisular of the country known as the Westfjords. Here you can escape the mass tourism of the south coast of the island, and immerse yourself in the isolation and splendour of Icelandic life on the edge of the Arctic circle. This week long tour, led by maga star ocean photographer RACHAEL TALIBART will incorporate some of the most majestic and diverse scenery in Iceland, from remote black beaches to sweeping cliffs, an abandoned herring factory, old shipwrecks, waterfalls, black churches, wide fjords and mounainous valleys. Ocean Capture have been running tours here since 2010, believing this stunning area to be in many ways the 'true' Iceland. The oldest part of the country, where nature still rules and where you don't have to queue to take a photograph. If you have already been to Iceland but have only visited the tourist spots then you really should experience this special place. If you've never visited the country, then what a way to start! A wonderful photography tour in a really unique environment, with a world class photographers and tour leader in Rachael.  

This tour can be booked with the Iceland Highlands Tour led by Ted Leeming and Morag Paterson which starts on Saturday 4th September 2021.

  • €4600
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    • Single occupancy accommodation in good quality hotels
    • Breakfasts
    • All transport throughout the tour
    • Travel to and from Reykjavik International airport
    • Other drinks and activities not mentioned above
    • Insurances
  • Flight to Keflavik Airport, Reykjavik, arrive before 16.00 on 11th September, 2021. Depart Keflavik Airport, Reykjavik, depart after 15.30 on 17th September, 2021.
  • Between 12°C and 5°C, some cloud, with occasional showers.
  • 7.30 / 19.20
  • Tour
  • Moderate
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