Check for availability on my 8 Day Kimberley via Gibb River Road Photography Tour and 7 Day Kimberley via the Bungles in 2019
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This is a fully accommodated 12 day experience (not easy to achieve on the remote Gibb River Road) including private river camps, cattle station stays, eco lodges, world heritage areas, outback bird photography locations, wildlife reserves and wetlands.
Travel by 4WD to outback locations, walk into El Questro gorge, and soak in a Kimberley hot spring, visit nature reserves and wetlands and walk in a world heritage park.
Departing Kununurra we explore the Ord River, Purnululu World Heritage Area (where we will capture some amazing astro shots over the Bungle Bungles), El Questro Wilderness Park, Home Valley, Cockburn Ranges, Wyndham and Parry Lagoon Nature Reserve, the Gibb River Road gorges, Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek, Derby and finishing in Broome.
We will be taking you to the best photographic locations at the best time of day and we will only have 6 guests to share 2 tutors. This will ensure your comfort (window seat always when travelling) and unlimited access to photography guidance.
You will enjoy a wide range of photographic topics and locations with our small group of like-minded photographers while we have the time of our lives in the Kimberley. And don't forget I'm a local and I have spent many years photographing and exploring the Kimberley and would love you to share my beautiful Kimberley with you.
Come and join me Pamela Jennings, long time Kimberley local as I team up with Mark Rayner from Trekabout Photography for an amazing 12 day Photographic 4WD Journey through the Kimberley. We will photograph the beautiful landscape and its wildlife and show you how to take amazing milky-way shots.
If you are looking to improve your photography in a exciting destination, then this is for you.
Some of the topics that will be covered:
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Come and join our small group of like-minded photographers in 4WDs - what a blast!