PHOTOGRAPHIC TRIP TO THE UNITED KINGDOM
Come and photograph the two great spectacles of Autumn, the rut and the wader flocks in the north of England.
From september 19 to 23, 2024
THE GREAT SPECTACLE OF MIGRATION
Price 1.000€ (VAT included). Reservation 300€
We will spend two full days photographing these huge animals, taking portraits and looking for them inside the woods, playing with the ferns to get the best blurs. Early in the morning we will try to photograph them in the fog and against the light, being able to see how they expel mist from their mouths, achieving incredible results.
In the central hours we take advantage to rest, eat and photograph the real birds that are in the lakes, being able to get incredible close-ups with the grey herons especially.
The jackdaws take advantage of the hinds to perch and obtain material for the nest, a moment worthy of being photographed. At the end of the day we return to photograph the deer with the last lights.
We will dedicate 3 mornings to photograph the spectacle that takes place on the coasts of northern England, where thousands of sandpipers and other waders concentrate to spend the winter.
The spectacle offers us two very different photographic possibilities, the flights of the flocks that take place when the high tide has covered the marsh and when these birds choose some inland lagoons to rest, something that we will photograph at the foot of the marsh and then the flocks from several hides.
This event lasts approximately 3 hours at dawn, once finished we will try to photograph waders on the many beaches, we will visit other marshes and at sunset we will photograph the birds that begin to fly with the new rise of the tides.
We will have time to review the material to improve the results the next day.
What is included in our photographic trip
What is included
In our photographic trips we have expert guides to offer a unique and personalized experience in the middle of nature.
EGOITZ IKAZA GONZÁLEZ
Since he started in the world of nature photography at the age of seven, Egoitz Icaza (born in 1997) has accumulated on the other side of the viewfinder hundreds of species, landscapes and stories focused mainly...