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Looking back at a great Provence, France workshop

It took me a while to get through all my photos, but I finally edited them down – somewhat.

One of the cool things that comes with hosting photography workshops is the great people I get to meet and spend time with. Workshops tend to create a bond between people who don’t know each other and they work together to make the best photos possible. But they make more than photos, they make friendships and it great to see how well folks get along when on a workshop. This trip was no different and when one person had to leave for a medical issue, the others were feeling down about not having their friend around any longer. They texted him to make sure he was ok after getting home and checked up with him each day.

The teamwork happened not only when making photos but also when it came to leisure time. Twice we did a tailgate dinner out in the boonies and they had a great time planning the food and wine and volunteering who would get what. Even when we didn’t have any glasses for the wine, they laughed and joked when I cut five empty water bottles in half to make 10 not-so-fancy drinking cups.

I look forward to our next adventure together, everyone has already signed up for either my March trip to Iceland or June Acadia National Park workshop.

Below are some of my photos from France. I’ll soon have a link to photos taken by the participants.

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