There is a beautiful pool where we are staying. Of course, during the workshop, we do not have time to enjoy it, but Arnie thought of a way around it.
Everyone was challenged to make an interesting and compelling photo in the pool area.
It was fun to watching people stalking different views, trying different angles, seeking different perspectives.
Arnie told them that they could not enjoy our picnic lunch until they had done their shots.
After people had pretty much left, I found this view that captured my eye.
It was lovely to sit in the shade of the umbrellas on the breakfast terrace, munching on cheeses and Tuscan prosciutto, fruits, etc.
But it was time to head to the hills. There is a classic Tuscan scene that everyone loves to photograph. We stopped at the location so everyone could see the layout, but the light was not yet right. We knew it wouldn’t be, but it gave us time to visit a wine and olive farm and make some photos there. Pierro remembered us from our last visit, and the family welcomed this group, too.
In the shade of a terrace, I found these two Calla Lilies, one past prime, the other with a blemish. I really liked the way they interacted with each other.
We took the group to another location with Cypress trees dotting the hilltops. This year, the tractor tracks added Continue reading