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Photograph Namibia with Lee Frost

Photograph Namibia with Lee Frost - 

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Touring this amazing country by air-conditioned minibus and 4x4 jeep, you will have the opportunity to photograph some of the most beautiful locations known to man, including the famous dune fields at Sossusvlei, with Lee on hand from dawn to dusk every day to offer help and advice and ensure you return home with breathtaking pictures.
You can walk among the tallest and most stunning sand dunes in the world, stay on a half million acre private game reserve where the views from your luxury tent are some of the best on earth, explore the ancient Quivertree Forest at dusk, photograph the sunset from Africa's Atlantic coast, or explore deserted mining towns that are being slowly consumed by the shifting sands of the Namib Desert? Even take an optional flight over the desert at sunrise.

Accommodation will be a mixture of lodges, luxury tents with beds and private showers/toilets and three nights of more basic camping on the edge of the Namib Desert.
The dates for the trip are 2nd-15th March 2002, and the cost is 2150 per person for all accommodation, transport, group and individual tuition, permits, camping fees and some meals. Flights, insurance, optional dune flights and remaining meals are not included in the price, and please note that single rooms may not be available at every location.
Spaces are limited to just eight photographers on a first-come, first-served basis, so if you would like more information, and a booking form, please write today to Lee Frost Photography, PO Box 462, Peterborough PE1 4FA. Alternatively, you can contact Lee by phone or fax on 01733 312266 or send email enquiries to mail@leefrost.demon.co.uk.
To secure a place immediately, please enclose a deposit cheque for 250, made payable to Lee Frost.

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