Greek Islands & Athens 2022

$200.00$2,395.00

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Workshop: September 21-27, 2022

Meet and Greet on September 20 at 7 PM at the **Recommended Hotel in Oia.

We begin on the Island of Santorini where we will explore much of the island’s offerings, but with a special emphasis on the two visually stimulating towns of Oia and Pyrgos, with no shortage of landscape, people and architectural photography opportunities.

We arise the morning of the third day of the workshop, on September 23, and take an early morning ferry for a two-night stay on the extremely colorful island of Folegandros with its quaint narrow passageways and beautiful settings.

On the morning of September 25, we move on to Mykonos for another three days of fantastic photography. This Island is a color photographer’s dream if you like shades of blues, whites and hot pink! Mykonos will also appeal to anyone who has fantasized of putting your foot atop white sand and dipping your feet in the azure blue of the Mediterranean Sea.

Finally, on the morning of September 28, we say our goodbyes and fly from Mykonos to Athens where you will find your connecting flight to whatever your next destination may be.

This Greek Island Workshop will be unlike any other that I have offered before. If you have participated in our prior Greece workshops, this NEW Greece experience is the one that you have been asking for. The workshop will prove to be that ‘expanded Greece workshop’ that you were hoping to see on the schedule in 2022!
Students will be responsible for their own accommodations, which are not covered with the workshop fees.

**Recommended Hotels:
Available by March 1, 2022.

*You can stay at the hotel or lodging of your choice, but the *Recommended Hotel is where we will gather for the Meet and Greet and where we will gather before and after photo shoots during the workshop.

To sign up for this workshop, click on the link above to make a deposit and secure a place in the workshop. To get additional information or ask to be on the waitlist, send an email to Lisa Phillips at [email protected]