Wildlife and Landscape Photographer, Lecture and Tour Guide

Flower Photography in the French Pyrenees

Saturday 15th – Saturday 22nd July 2017

The Pyrenees forms a 300 mile long mountainous barrier between Spain and France.  This tour will be based virtually in the centre of the range on the French side a few miles to the south of Lourdes.  The scenery can be stunning, the ‘Alpine’ meadows can be full of a broad range of flora and there are endemic species to be seen including Pyrenean Saxifrage and Spanish Iris as well as numerous butterflies.  Needless to say that this dedicated photography tour concentrates on enabling clients to obtain great images of flowers, insects and the magnificent scenery.  However, large raptors such as Golden Eagle, Griffon Vulture and Lammergeier occasionally pass low overhead and we sometimes drive close to Alpine Marmots so having a longer lens handy may prove useful.  Click here for more details.