The Tatamagouche Centre is a non-profit education, conference and retreat centre located in the village of Tatamagouche, on Nova Scotia's north shore.
"Be Still: Contemplative Photography" encourages participants to explore the making photographs as a meditative process and path to self-discovery. The workshop runs from Friday evening until early Sunday afternoon and includes creativity exercises, reflection time, sharing and analysis.
We'll have the opportunity to go out for two dawn photo shoots, plus trekking along the shores of the bay and the expansive wooded grounds during other periods of the day. It's supposed to rain on Saturday and Sunday, and is certainly pelting down as I write at suppertime on Thursday. The dawn photo shoots might be dull, damp affairs.
I've heard from friends who have attended in the past. They are full of enthusiasm for the program. And their photos show a new depth and richness because of the time spent learning more about who they are and the art of photography.
I'm excited to be going and looking forward to working with Janice MacLean and Gordon Williams, both talented photographers and facilitators.
My rain boots and gear are packed and ready.
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