White Horses Of The Camargue Photography Holiday
CAPTURE The MAGNIFICENT horses Of The CARMARGUE
14 - 18 September 2018: £ 2,099
Galloping en- masse towards you through deltas at sunset, droplets kicked up by dozens of hooves, suspended for a fraction of a second against a golden sky – the spectacle of the wild white horses of the Camargue is a stunning reminder of the raw beauty of Mother Nature and an unforgettable image waiting to be taken.
Witness with Natureslens and Camargue Specialist Photographer Serge Krouglikoff the raw power and natural elegance of the stallions and horses of the Camargue. Over the course of five days, we will have seven photography sessions with these stunning horses and their Gardians, the men on horseback who watch over the wild horses that have inhabited the wetlands for generations.
Capture the iconic white horses, alone and in groups, as they posture, trot and gallop through the marshes, surf and lakes, their grace and elegance reflected back through the surface of the water.
With several drives per shoot, you’ll have ample opportunity to capture images from a range of perspectives, including horses running towards the lens and across your field of view. Two separate sessions with a single stallion ( one white and one black) on the beach takes place in the afternoon, allowing for dramatic action shots as the beautiful animals gallop through the surf and along the shoreline. Intertwined at full height, we also have one session with fighting stallions, showcasing their feisty, fiery temperament.
Our trip also encompasses a unique opportunity to add something rather special and unusual to your portfolio. An afternoon session of portrait photography of both the white stallion and a black stallion, against a clean, moody backdrop, using both lighting and natural daylight, making for dramatic close- up shots.
We provide accommodation in a three- star hotel on a bed and breakfast basis. In- trip transportation is also included in the cost. International flights, lunch, dinner, drinks and items of a personal nature are excluded.