I’ve been with Deb in both Venice and Provence and found her passion for photography infectious. Her unique vision and dedication enable her to teach and inspire, making those around her better, more creative photographers. Deb is truly a remarkable and inspirational photographer who encourages others to explore a myriad of opportunities with composition, camera settings, in camera motion, point of view and leading lines.
~ Laurel G., New York
Join us for a 8 day/7 night photography exploration of Provence. From amazing sunrises and dazzling sunsets over the the lavender and sunflower fields of the Valensole Plain, to the vibrant village squares, meandering streets, local markets of some of the most charming Provencal villages such at St. Remy and Rousillon, we will follow the light, look through our lenses and make (not simply take) photographs and memories. And for an added bonus, we will be joined on this journey by French photographer Bruno Mathon, who will share his photographic expertise and insiders knowledge of Provence with us.
Days 1 - 3
We will meet at the Avignon TGV station at 1:00pm and head to our hotel on the Valensole Plain for our first three nights. There we will photograph the lavender and sunflower fields for which Provence is so famous from sunrise to sunset. We will also spend our days discovering and photographing quintessential Provencal villages from our base in Greoux-les-Bains, including Riez, Puimoisson, and Valensole.
Days 4 - 7
We leave the lavender fields behind and head to St. Remy, birthplace of Nostradamus and our base for the next 4 nights. After we explore St. Remy, we will photograph our way through Arles and it's magnificent Roman coliseum, the red ochre town of Rousillon, the famous Senanque Abbey in Gordes, Fontveille, Eygaliéres, and Les Baux de Provence and anything else that catches our eye along the way.
Our adventure ends back at the Avignon TGV station at approximately 12:00pm.
The Provence Photo Tour is limited to a maximum of seven (7) participants. The trip needs a minimum of five (5) participants to operate.