THE HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND
MAY 1, 2016 - May 10, 2016

EARLY REGISTRATION $3950 double occupancy. Additional $600 single supplement.  

After January 5, 2016 $4150 plus $600 for single supplement.
This covers hotels (10 nights), breakfast, some packed lunches, land transportation with local driver/guide and the photo workshop. Not included are all drinks (except breakfast), lunch or snacks, dinner, airfare or other ground transportation prior to or after leaving the workshop. Free Wi-Fi, internet in hotels.

50% deposit requested with reservation. Balance due March 1, 2016.

Or send check or money order payable to Barbara Nelson.

Barbara Nelson
340 Haven Avenue #3J, New York, NY 10033

bnelson2@earthlink.net
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*Refund Policy


SCOTLAND WORKSHOP ITINERARY

Monday, May 1, 2016
Meet in Inverness, gateway to the Highland
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Inverness has a small airport and is also easily accessible by train or bus from all major cities in Scotland.  Inverness, on the river Ness, is the gateway to the highlands and interesting to visit.  We encourage all to plan an extra day or two to explore and jetlag decompress before the official start of the workshop on Friday.

Friday, May 1, 2016 - May 6, 2016
Ullapoor

Our private coach and guides will meet us at the Inverness hotel.  We will travel north west into the western highlands through spectacular scenery (stopping to photograph along the way) to Ullapoor, a lively village on the shores of Loch Broom.  We will base here for the next 4 nights, taking excursions to nearby locations.

Saturday , May 6 2016 - May 10, 2016
Isle of Skye, largest of the inner Hebrides

We leave Ullapoor, driving south west to the Isle of Skye, stopping at the dramatic area around Corrieschallock Gorge,  Lock Carron and the quaint village of Plocton,  We will spend the next four days in and around the lively village of Portree - with excursions to the mountains, western shore (Sea of the Hebrides), farms and villages. 

May 10, 2016
Inverness, overnight and end of workshop

Wednesday May 11, 2016
Depart Inverness


 

Refund Policy

As my workshops are structured for small groups, I rely on your attendance to organize many of the workshops’ logistics. Additionally most of the international workshops require a deposit at time of registration and full payment up to 60 days or more prior to beginning of the reservations. If for any reason you decide to no longer attend the workshop, please notify me before 150 days prior to the workshop and I will return the deposit less a $750 cancellation fee. If you cancel between 150 and 90 days prior to the workshop I will retain $950. If the notification is made less than 90 days prior to the start of the workshop no monies will be refunded.

If the workshop is cancelled by the organizers because of lack of registration, a full refund will be made.

Please note that in case of exceptional and unforeseeable circumstances such as hurricanes, earthquakes, major floods, tsunami, a war or governments' change of policies in the countries I produce workshops and seminars, I will only offer as a refund a new workshop, equal to the value of this workshop, in any of the other venues during that same calendar year. No other forms of refunds will be available.

As always, we strongly suggest travel insurance that gives good coverage for most circumstances including personal health issues that might occur with you or your family. It is also advised that all check their health insurance to make sure it covers you out-of-country.  Please make sure your health insurances covers you when traveling out of the country you are a citizen of.

Barbara Nelson Productions reserves the right to decline to accept or retain any person whose health or general conduct impedes the operation of services to the detriment of other trip participants or the local population.  Also reserves the right to remove from a trip, at his or her own expense and without any refund, any person it judges to be incapable of meeting the rigors and requirement of participating in the activities, or who it determines detracts from the enjoyment of the trip by others.  Barbara Nelson reserves the right to make route, hotel, itinerary, leader changes and trip modifications as necessary or desirable to improve the trip quality and/or to accommodate the comfort and well-being of guests.

Barbara Nelson, photographer, journalist and event producer. Barbara's productions include custom workshops and seminars for visual artists and professional associations. A background in Radio & TV and magazine publishing, plus extensive international travel to explore many diverse cultures, helps to identify unique places for workshop locations. Each workshop is tailored to a specific theme for maximum learning experience in a stimulating environment.  Images have been in galleries and non-traditional spaces across the country, also in private collections. Member: ASMP, PWP, WICI. www.barbaranelson.com, www.barbaranelsonblog.com

Terry Abrams has been teaching photography since 1975, when he moved to Europe to establish photography programs for an American college. He lived overseas for 13 years, during which time he taught and travelled extensively throughout Europe. Since 1990, Terry has been teaching photography full-time at Washtenaw Community College and led the transition of that program from film and darkroom to digital media. He also teaches travel photography workshops in Death Valley, Southern Utah and Maine. He received grants to travel and teach in Morocco and Turkey.

Terry co-produced the Great Lakes Digital Conference and conducted workshops alongside Thomas Knoll, the inventor of Adobe Photoshop. In addition to teaching, Terry creates photographs using the latest digital technologies. His images and writing are reproduced in numerous books on photography. His images are in numerous gallery shows and art fairs. Terry also does individual and corporate consulting in photography. www.terryabrams.com

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