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Thank YOU for making 2019 our best year yet! I would be remiss if I didn’t express how grateful I am for this amazing community and for all of the friends I have made this past year! Truly an incredible year for making fine art photographic art together!

With 2019 now in the rear view mirror, 2020 is already full speed ahead!

Our Full Immersion Landscape Photography Workshop Schedule

First, our current landscape photography workshop schedule for 2020:

  • February – Great Migration Photo Safari in Tanzania (registration is now closed)
  • March – Death Valley National Park
  • May – Canyons, Monument Valley & Arches (this workshop includes expanded time in Monument Valley)
  • August – South African Photo Safari & Victoria Falls, with an Optional 3-Day Add-On in Cape Town (More Details Coming)
  • September – Capitol Reef National Park
  • TBD – California Big Sur Coastline (this workshop had been on hold due to flooding and fires in recent years)

Check out our complete schedule of full immersion landscape photography workshops at National Parks Photo Expeditions.

Did Someone Say African Photo Safari?

Second, our Great Migration Photo Safari has been focused on Tanzania for the past several years. I’m pleased to announce that our next series of African photo safaris (scheduled to start August 2020) will be set in three exclusive camps in the Sabi Sands, North Kruger, and the Tuli Game Reserve in South Africa/Botswana with three additional days in Victoria Falls. This safari includes three of the most photogenic wildlife conservancies in South Africa with both the itinerary and accommodations designed around the specific needs of photographers. In addition to the exclusive use of our accommodations, we’ll have the freedom to go off-road, stay at sightings as long as we want, and tour at the preferred times of day in spacious open game vehicles.

As one of the seven natural wonders of the world, Victoria Falls is 1,708 meters wide, making it the largest curtain of water in the world as it drops 100 meters into the Zambezi Gorge at an average of 550,000 cubic meters of water every minute. Our trip will also include a boat cruise in the Zambezi River as well as a hike down to one of the more active waterholes at sunset.

This trip will also include an optional three-day add-on to Cape Town in South Africa. Enjoy the iconic views of the city from the peak of Table Mountain, explore the sheer cliffs and deserted beaches at the Cape of Good Hope, and mingle with waddling penguins at the Boulders Penguin Colony, home of some 3,000 African penguins that live in the sandy coves among the large boulders.

This trip will be limited to just 6 participants, so stay tuned for our final itinerary later this month.

Our Monthly Landscape Print Giveaway Contest

Third, our monthly “Win a Free Fine Art Landscape Print” Giveway has been a surprising success this past year. The Giveaway features a fine art landscape print each month with one individual selectively drawn at random to receive a free fine art print. This month’s Giveaway features McWay Falls along the California Big Sur Coastline.

Please check the Landscape Print Giveaway Signup Form for additional information.

Online Print Gallery

Fourth, as many of you know, a number of my fine arts landscape prints have been displayed in a variety of galleries, exhibitions, and museums throughout the years. While some of you have had the opportunity to purchase one of my prints at one of these venues, others have contacted me directly to order a print.

I’m pleased to announce that a collection of my Special Edition Landscape Prints is now available to view and to purchase at my new online gallery. Prints can be produced as museum-quality fine art photographic prints, premium gallery canvas wraps, mounted standout photographic prints, and metal prints. Prints can be easily ordered online and then shipped directly to you.

Galleries.JohnBosmaPhoto.com

Again, thank you to everyone for making 2019 our best year yet! Please feel free to forward your ideas and suggestions for taking things forward.

Cheers,

John