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365 Day 35 - All set for my Glencoe trip

AnneB50 > AnneB50 Blog > 365 Day 35 - All set for my Glencoe trip
04/02/2014 - 11:48 AM

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It seems ages since I booked this trip and now the day has arrived. A 5 day landscape workshop in Glencoe with Colin Prior. This isn't the first workshop I've done with Colin; I joined a group to Assynt in October 2012, some of the images are in my portfolio. When you book these things you imagine wide landscapes, clear skies, lovely sunrises and sunsets but the reality last time was 3 days of rain out of the 5, one so bad that we stayed indoors and used it as a critique day which I have to say was equally useful. Colin sent a link to a couple of weather sites, hmmm, not great but either way I will make the most of it and I'm sure, learn a great deal.

My train goes at two and all I have to do now is work out how I'm going to get this lot into 1 small case and a camera bag!!

Not sure what the internet facilities will be like in our hotel so I will continue to take a photo (hopefully many more than one!), but it may be that I wont be able to upload them until I get back on Sunday night.




Hope you've arrived safely Anne.

I have a similar pile on the floor ready for Iceland - we can both be cold!

I am trying to cram in my padded jacket that I don't want to wear on the plane. It doesn't want to be packed!

See you next week - fingers crossed for good photography conditions.

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AnneB50  3118 forum posts Scotland18 Constructive Critique Points
6 Feb 2014 - 5:12 AM

ended up by wearing my boots on the train and putting my tripod in my small case. Now wishing I had brought the bigger case and my walking poles, oh and a bigger lens for the next photo!

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