Puffins, Gannets, Whales, Icebergs, and Lighthouses
July 2–9, 2023
Newfoundland is a large island off of North America’s Atlantic coast, and is part of Canada’s easternmost province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Linked intimately on all sides with the ocean, Newfoundland is characterized by windswept coastline, colorful fishing villages, abundant marine wildlife, and the blue icebergs that migrate from the Arctic down her northern and eastern shores. Photographic opportunities are numerous and diverse, and wildlife and landscape photographers both will find a wealth of subjects here. Although we can’t predict nature, we expect to find whales, iconic seabirds, lighthouses, ice, and much more.
We’ll be photographing from sunrise (the first in America!) to sunset, and everywhere in between. Our network of local guides will keep us advised of local photographic opportunities and our pros will be on hand to help you make the most of every situation. Expect plenty of field instruction, and—back at our hotel—plenty of post-processing instruction and our signature image reviews too. We’ll be daily traveling by spacious bus, staying in comfortable accommodations, and provided with fresh, locally-sourced cuisine.
Limited to 8 Guests