If you would like to know a bit more about what it is like when you come along on a West Cork Photography Break,
here is snippet of a wonderful blog post from one of the spring attendees which will give you an insight.
To read the full article, click here My grateful thanks to Viv for sharing this.
West Cork Photography Breaks
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One of the fun acivities during a West Cork Photography Break is selecting an image
to submit to to the local paper for possible inclusion in their 'Readers Picture' slot.
Here, one of the spring 2016 participants was successful with her great picture of grey seals.
A great capture - and don't you just love the young seal popping its head up at the back?!
Image © Sara Willard
One of our spring 2017 West Cork Photography Break photographers has done it again.
At the tender age of 7 3/4, our youngest student to date is now a published photographer!
Sam got down to photographing the amazing gooseneck barnacles that can get washed up on West Cork beaches.
He had never used a camera before, and borrowed a great little Olympus E-M10 from us - just the right size for his hands.
This was the picture he chose to submit to the local newspaper for their 'Readers Picture' slot.
You have to admit, he does look rather delighted about seeing it in print and, he wins a canvas print of it too.
A great capture of these unusual creatures which get washed up on the beaches
Image © Samuel Hope