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Posted on 3rd December 2013 by Light and Land - 0 Comments
By popular demand renowned landscape photographer Charlie Waite is returning to Kingston Lacy for a master class on landscape photography at the celebrated beech avenue. Says Charlie, “I have always been drawn to any avenue of trees; like arched Romanesque cloisters or a knave of a great cathedral, the apparent protective tunnel of broad trunks and overhanging boughs seem to both beckon us to travel up this great natural architecture. Whenever I have traveled along the splendid Beach Avenue toward Kingston Lacy I have always felt a great sense of safety and importance; hardly surprising that my...
Posted on 26th November 2013 by Light and Land - 0 Comments
Demand was so high for the autumn Stourhead workshops with Charlie Waite that we’ve decided to visit in Spring, to allow for different light and muted colours at this superb location in Wiltshire
Two hundred and seventy years ago the botanical traveler Henry Hoare began to realise his dream of creating what is now thought to be one of the finest classical gardens in the world, rivaled only by some of the Lombardian gardens in northern Italy.
Yet no Italian garden can come near to the perfectly proportioned and magnificent lake that provides...
Posted on 25th November 2013 by Light and Land - 0 Comments
New workshop! If post processing and printing seems like a minefield and you are in ‘denial’, then join this ‘demystifying’ workshop. It can be fun and rewarding and will at long last result in you shouting from the rooftops………..I have got it!……I have got it!
Posted on 19th November 2013 by Light and Land - 0 Comments
The Puglia tour next year will be led by Peter Hendrie (who has been Charlie's partner in crime for the last few tours!!) and Doug Chinnery...
Posted on 18th November 2013 by Light and Land - 0 Comments
New one-day workshops for 2014 are now being planned... on the list so far are Stourhead Gardens, Kingston Lacy, Mottisfont, Snowshill Lavender, Durdle Door and the the New Forest. Please hit us with ideas of National Trust places you would like to visit and photograph and we will do our best to host them.