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Jurassic Coast Photography Weekender

29th April  – 1st May 2022

Journey back in time and join our photography guru for a weekend of landscape, lagers and learning on the beautiful Jurassic Coast! 

On this weekender, we’ll be exploring the natural history of the Dorset coastline, which was designated as England’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001. Photo opportunities will include sunset seascapes, fossil encrusted cliffs and rock formations such as Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove.

With sublime photo ops, evenings spent in local pubs and daily photography tuition, this is weekender not to be missed!


Itinerary includes

Lulworth Cove, Durdle Door, Lulworth Castle, the spectacular views from the South West Coastal path, Old Harry in Studland and cozy pub photo feedback sessions.

Accommodation

For this weekender, we recommend staying at:

Purbeck House Hotel & Louisa Lodge 

91 High Street, Swanage BH19 2LZ England 

Please make your own arrangements directly with this hotel. Early booking is recommended, if you do have problems getting a room, give us a call.  

Travel

We recommend train travel from London Waterloo to Wareham:

Depart London Waterloo 14.05, arrive Wareham 16.27 on Friday

Depart Wareham 15.20, arrive London Waterloo 17.49 on Sunday

Our tutor can meet you at the station.

What’s included

  • All photography tuition & handouts
  • Road travel around Lulworth and Studland area
  • Evening photo feedback sessions
  • Crafted itinerary of stunning locations and great restaurants
  • As always with Frui, your tutors will organise everything for you and cater for your every need. 

Please note

There will be plenty of walking involved over this weekend on uneven terrain so bring walking shoes/boots and ensure you are at a suitable fitness level.  Please contact us if you have any questions.

21 – 23 October 2022 –  £310 Ross & Wye Weekender

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