WILD HORSES AND LANDSCAPES
OF THE NORTHERN OUTER BANKS
May 13-15, 2020 | June 9-11, 2020
Come photograph the Wild Colonial Spanish Mustangs as they wander through the ever-changing light of the dunes, rich marsh land, and striking beaches of the northern Outer Banks.
There are very few places in the world where you can photograph such majestic creatures in their natural environment. My local knowledge and ability to find the horses in this photogenic location (only accessible by 4-wheel drive) will allow you to capture the mystique and independence of these rare beauties.
Although photographing the Banker Horses will be emphasized, you will also have the opportunity to capture sunrise, sunset and other subjects in this spectacular coastal environment.
Photograph the Wild Horses that roam the Dunes and Beach on the northern Outer Banks of NC
Photograph other wildlife, sunrises/sunsets, dunes, landscapes, a lighthouse and other coastal subjects
All transportation included - including 4x4 transportation (only way to access the horses)
Extensive, Expert Instruction in the field
Unique opportunity to photograph wild horses on a beach
The itinerary is subject to change and may be adjusted at any time in order to take advantage of certain weather or photographic conditions. One of my goals is to provide you with the best possible photographic opportunities. This means that I may need to adapt our schedule based on weather, light, wildlife behavior and my local knowledge.
We will meet in the mid-afternoon and spend the rest of the day photographing the wild horses on the beach
We will depart before sunrise and may spend the entire day photographing the wild horses. We will return to the hotel after sunset.
We will depart before sunrise and photograph until about 10 am.
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Wild Horses of the Outer Banks
May 13-15, 2020
June 9-11, 2020
Workshop Fee: $590
Limited to 4 Participants
Included from the start of the trip:
All Transportation - including 4x4 transportation
Extensive, Expert Instruction in the Field
Transportation to/from the Outer Banks
Lodging - you will need to make your own lodging reservations. I will provide you with lodging recommendations upon registration.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
PHYSICAL HEALTH REQUIREMENTS
This is a great opportunity for you to take pictures of the environment. Most travelling is undertaken on vehicles but some images are best taken away from the vehicle and may involve some very moderate walking. This particular trip involves traveling in a 4x4 vehicle on soft sand. It also involves minimal walking, but that walking will be on soft sand or possibly through wet sand. Guests must complete a standard liability waiver before participating in this tour.
DEPOSITS AND PAYMENTS:
To register for most workshops you have the option of initially only paying a deposit. If you choose this option, the remaining balance is due 90 days before the start of the workshop. If you would like to set up an installment plan, please contact me.
A deposit is a commitment, on your part, that you will be participating on a photography tour/workshop. These deposits are generally used well in advance of the workshop to cover various expenses. Because of this, deposits are non-refundable or may be subject to a cancellation fee.
MORE THAN 180 DAYS BEFORE THE START DATE OF A WORKSHOP: Deposit forfeited. If your spot is filled, your deposit will be refunded.
90-180 DAYS BEFORE THE START DATE OF THE WORKSHOP: Deposit forfeited and you will be billed for 50% of workshop fee (minus the deposit paid). If your spot is filled, your deposit and all fees will be refunded.
LESS THAN 90 DAYS BEFORE THE START DATE OF THE WORKSHOP: Deposit forfeited and you will be billed the full workshop fee (minus the deposit paid). if your spot is filled, your deposit and all fees will be refunded.
It is extremely rare that I have to cancel a workshop. If I am forced to cancel a workshop for any reason, your entire tuition will be refunded or transferred to another workshop. The only conditions that might lead to cancelling a workshop would be; dangerous or unsafe conditions, a family emergency (but I can usually find a substitute leader) or under-enrollment. A forecast of “bad” weather is not enough to cancel a workshop. Inclement weather often creates spectacular photographic conditions.
Mark Buckler and Mark Buckler Photography are not responsible for refunding any costs associated with the workshop (including the workshop fee), travel, lodging, or incidental losses in the event a workshop is cancelled or you back out for any reason. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that you acquire travel insurance.