Mountain Lake Expedition

I invite you to join our expedition. We plan to visit some beautiful places all over the country.

We’ll walk through mountains and forests, moving forward to the ocean shore and fjords. The main goal is to shoot beautiful pictures from mountains, but we’ll also get closer to the water to get the shore pictures from different positions. It makes our schedule pretty tight so we need to move fast to cover all planned photo shooting areas.

And of course, since we’re going to the mountain’s site, safety measures are important thing to take care of. All members of our expedition got climbing equipment, navigators, radio phones with extra packs of batteries and maps of locations we’re going to.

We’ll start our journey from the helicopter and then we’ll proceed to move on our own, carrying all the gear and wear. So it’s another important thing to plan: which equipment we need. This expedition will take us a couple of weeks, so, along with the pictures of nature, you can expect a lot of the team and camping photos as well.

For the start of our journey, we chose August so, hopefully, temperature and other weather factors will be on our side.

As for the traveling expenses, helicopter flight will take around 2,000$, which is expensive enough but will save us a lot of time for actual photo shooting.

Day 1

First destination point – mountains. We start at the local airport meeting our helicopter pilot. The flight will take about an hour, and we’ll reach the first photo shooting spot:

Day 2

Next day, at 14 p.m. we’ll reach the second destination point. We’ll get to the highest mountain around to take best panoramic views. Hiking will be tough a bit, but trust me, it’s worth it:

Days 3, 4, 5

Next couple of days we’ll reach and start exploring the shore. These places are incredibly beautiful, It’s difficult to find the words to express what you feel here. The place is magical, and it’s almost completely wild and untouched, preserving natural beauty.

Day 6

On our way back, we’ll take another route to take some more pictures deeper in the forest, at a mountain site. There, we’ll have some extra time to rest and take extra photos

Day 7

We travel to the bus station, and from there – back to the airport with our incredible experience and memories.

Price: $5,500 per person

Included in the price
  • Helicopter flight
  • Accommodation and transportation
  • All meals (except alcohol and snacks)
  • Camping fees
  • Instruction and master classes by a professional guide
Not included in the price
  • Flight to the country
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Alcohol
  • Snacks

Tip: check available flight tickets at the beginning of 2020.

What to bring

Gear
  • Cameras with tripod
  • A wide-angle lens, which works best for the panoramic photography
  • A middle-zoom lens  (24-70 mm)
  • A telephoto zoom lens (600 mm). Recommended for wildlife and bird photography.
Wear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average +8 – +15 C)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Warm jacket and thermal pants
  • Warm waterproof boots

We’ll email the full list to participants.

Hiking Adventure: Your Way to the Top

I invite you to join our expedition. We plan to visit some beautiful places all over the country.

We’ll walk through mountains and forests, moving forward to the ocean shore and fjords. The main goal is to shoot beautiful pictures from mountains, but we’ll also get closer to the water to get the shore pictures from different positions. It makes our schedule pretty tight so we need to move fast to cover all planned photo shooting areas.

And of course, since we’re going to the mountain’s site, safety measures are important thing to take care of. All members of our expedition got climbing equipment, navigators, radio phones with extra packs of batteries and maps of locations we’re going to.

We’ll start our journey from the helicopter and then we’ll proceed to move on our own, carrying all the gear and wear. So it’s another important thing to plan: which equipment we need. This expedition will take us a couple of weeks, so, along with the pictures of nature, you can expect a lot of the team and camping photos as well.

For the start of our journey, we chose August so, hopefully, temperature and other weather factors will be on our side.

As for the traveling expenses, helicopter flight will take around 2,000$, which is expensive enough but will save us a lot of time for actual photo shooting.

Day 1

First destination point – mountains. We start at the local airport meeting our helicopter pilot. The flight will take about an hour, and we’ll reach the first photo shooting spot:

Day 2

Next day, at 14 p.m. we’ll reach the second destination point. We’ll get to the highest mountain around to take best panoramic views. Hiking will be tough a bit, but trust me, it’s worth it:

Days 3, 4, 5

Next couple of days we’ll reach and start exploring the shore. These places are incredibly beautiful, It’s difficult to find the words to express what you feel here. The place is magical, and it’s almost completely wild and untouched, preserving natural beauty.

Day 6

On our way back, we’ll take another route to take some more pictures deeper in the forest, at a mountain site. There, we’ll have some extra time to rest and take extra photos

Day 7

We travel to the bus station, and from there – back to the airport with our incredible experience and memories.

Price: $5,500 per person

Included in the price
  • Helicopter flight
  • Accommodation and transportation
  • All meals (except alcohol and snacks)
  • Camping fees
  • Instruction and master classes by a professional guide
Not included in the price
  • Flight to the country
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Alcohol
  • Snacks

Tip: check available flight tickets at the beginning of 2020.

What to bring

Gear
  • Cameras with tripod
  • A wide-angle lens, which works best for the panoramic photography
  • A middle-zoom lens  (24-70 mm)
  • A telephoto zoom lens (600 mm). Recommended for wildlife and bird photography.
Wear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average +8 – +15 C)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Warm jacket and thermal pants
  • Warm waterproof boots

We’ll email the full list to participants.

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I invite you to join our expedition. We plan to visit some beautiful places all over the country.

We’ll walk through mountains and forests, moving forward to the ocean shore and fjords. The main goal is to shoot beautiful pictures from mountains, but we’ll also get closer to the water to get the shore pictures from different positions. It makes our schedule pretty tight so we need to move fast to cover all planned photo shooting areas.

And of course, since we’re going to the mountain’s site, safety measures are important thing to take care of. All members of our expedition got climbing equipment, navigators, radio phones with extra packs of batteries and maps of locations we’re going to.

We’ll start our journey from the helicopter and then we’ll proceed to move on our own, carrying all the gear and wear. So it’s another important thing to plan: which equipment we need. This expedition will take us a couple of weeks, so, along with the pictures of nature, you can expect a lot of the team and camping photos as well.

For the start of our journey, we chose August so, hopefully, temperature and other weather factors will be on our side.

As for the traveling expenses, helicopter flight will take around 2,000$, which is expensive enough but will save us a lot of time for actual photo shooting.

Day 1

First destination point – mountains. We start at the local airport meeting our helicopter pilot. The flight will take about an hour, and we’ll reach the first photo shooting spot:

Day 2

Next day, at 14 p.m. we’ll reach the second destination point. We’ll get to the highest mountain around to take best panoramic views. Hiking will be tough a bit, but trust me, it’s worth it:

Days 3, 4, 5

Next couple of days we’ll reach and start exploring the shore. These places are incredibly beautiful, It’s difficult to find the words to express what you feel here. The place is magical, and it’s almost completely wild and untouched, preserving natural beauty.

Day 6

On our way back, we’ll take another route to take some more pictures deeper in the forest, at a mountain site. There, we’ll have some extra time to rest and take extra photos

Day 7

We travel to the bus station, and from there – back to the airport with our incredible experience and memories.

Price: $5,500 per person

Included in the price
  • Helicopter flight
  • Accommodation and transportation
  • All meals (except alcohol and snacks)
  • Camping fees
  • Instruction and master classes by a professional guide
Not included in the price
  • Flight to the country
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Alcohol
  • Snacks

Tip: check available flight tickets at the beginning of 2020.

What to bring

Gear
  • Cameras with tripod
  • A wide-angle lens, which works best for the panoramic photography
  • A middle-zoom lens  (24-70 mm)
  • A telephoto zoom lens (600 mm). Recommended for wildlife and bird photography.
Wear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average +8 – +15 C)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Warm jacket and thermal pants
  • Warm waterproof boots

We’ll email the full list to participants.

I invite you to join our expedition. We plan to visit some beautiful places all over the country.

We’ll walk through mountains and forests, moving forward to the ocean shore and fjords. The main goal is to shoot beautiful pictures from mountains, but we’ll also get closer to the water to get the shore pictures from different positions. It makes our schedule pretty tight so we need to move fast to cover all planned photo shooting areas.

And of course, since we’re going to the mountain’s site, safety measures are important thing to take care of. All members of our expedition got climbing equipment, navigators, radio phones with extra packs of batteries and maps of locations we’re going to.

We’ll start our journey from the helicopter and then we’ll proceed to move on our own, carrying all the gear and wear. So it’s another important thing to plan: which equipment we need. This expedition will take us a couple of weeks, so, along with the pictures of nature, you can expect a lot of the team and camping photos as well.

For the start of our journey, we chose August so, hopefully, temperature and other weather factors will be on our side.

As for the traveling expenses, helicopter flight will take around 2,000$, which is expensive enough but will save us a lot of time for actual photo shooting.

Day 1

First destination point – mountains. We start at the local airport meeting our helicopter pilot. The flight will take about an hour, and we’ll reach the first photo shooting spot:

Day 2

Next day, at 14 p.m. we’ll reach the second destination point. We’ll get to the highest mountain around to take best panoramic views. Hiking will be tough a bit, but trust me, it’s worth it:

Days 3, 4, 5

Next couple of days we’ll reach and start exploring the shore. These places are incredibly beautiful, It’s difficult to find the words to express what you feel here. The place is magical, and it’s almost completely wild and untouched, preserving natural beauty.

Day 6

On our way back, we’ll take another route to take some more pictures deeper in the forest, at a mountain site. There, we’ll have some extra time to rest and take extra photos

Day 7

We travel to the bus station, and from there – back to the airport with our incredible experience and memories.

Price: $5,500 per person

Included in the price
  • Helicopter flight
  • Accommodation and transportation
  • All meals (except alcohol and snacks)
  • Camping fees
  • Instruction and master classes by a professional guide
Not included in the price
  • Flight to the country
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Alcohol
  • Snacks

Tip: check available flight tickets at the beginning of 2020.

What to bring

Gear
  • Cameras with tripod
  • A wide-angle lens, which works best for the panoramic photography
  • A middle-zoom lens  (24-70 mm)
  • A telephoto zoom lens (600 mm). Recommended for wildlife and bird photography.
Wear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average +8 – +15 C)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Warm jacket and thermal pants
  • Warm waterproof boots

We’ll email the full list to participants.

I invite you to join our expedition. We plan to visit some beautiful places all over the country.

We’ll walk through mountains and forests, moving forward to the ocean shore and fjords. The main goal is to shoot beautiful pictures from mountains, but we’ll also get closer to the water to get the shore pictures from different positions. It makes our schedule pretty tight so we need to move fast to cover all planned photo shooting areas.

And of course, since we’re going to the mountain’s site, safety measures are important thing to take care of. All members of our expedition got climbing equipment, navigators, radio phones with extra packs of batteries and maps of locations we’re going to.

We’ll start our journey from the helicopter and then we’ll proceed to move on our own, carrying all the gear and wear. So it’s another important thing to plan: which equipment we need. This expedition will take us a couple of weeks, so, along with the pictures of nature, you can expect a lot of the team and camping photos as well.

For the start of our journey, we chose August so, hopefully, temperature and other weather factors will be on our side.

As for the traveling expenses, helicopter flight will take around 2,000$, which is expensive enough but will save us a lot of time for actual photo shooting.

Day 1

First destination point – mountains. We start at the local airport meeting our helicopter pilot. The flight will take about an hour, and we’ll reach the first photo shooting spot:

Day 2

Next day, at 14 p.m. we’ll reach the second destination point. We’ll get to the highest mountain around to take best panoramic views. Hiking will be tough a bit, but trust me, it’s worth it:

Days 3, 4, 5

Next couple of days we’ll reach and start exploring the shore. These places are incredibly beautiful, It’s difficult to find the words to express what you feel here. The place is magical, and it’s almost completely wild and untouched, preserving natural beauty.

Day 6

On our way back, we’ll take another route to take some more pictures deeper in the forest, at a mountain site. There, we’ll have some extra time to rest and take extra photos

Day 7

We travel to the bus station, and from there – back to the airport with our incredible experience and memories.

Price: $5,500 per person

Included in the price
  • Helicopter flight
  • Accommodation and transportation
  • All meals (except alcohol and snacks)
  • Camping fees
  • Instruction and master classes by a professional guide
Not included in the price
  • Flight to the country
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Alcohol
  • Snacks

Tip: check available flight tickets at the beginning of 2020.

What to bring

Gear
  • Cameras with tripod
  • A wide-angle lens, which works best for the panoramic photography
  • A middle-zoom lens  (24-70 mm)
  • A telephoto zoom lens (600 mm). Recommended for wildlife and bird photography.
Wear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average +8 – +15 C)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Warm jacket and thermal pants
  • Warm waterproof boots

We’ll email the full list to participants.

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I invite you to join our expedition. We plan to visit some beautiful places all over the country.

We’ll walk through mountains and forests, moving forward to the ocean shore and fjords. The main goal is to shoot beautiful pictures from mountains, but we’ll also get closer to the water to get the shore pictures from different positions. It makes our schedule pretty tight so we need to move fast to cover all planned photo shooting areas.

And of course, since we’re going to the mountain’s site, safety measures are important thing to take care of. All members of our expedition got climbing equipment, navigators, radio phones with extra packs of batteries and maps of locations we’re going to.

We’ll start our journey from the helicopter and then we’ll proceed to move on our own, carrying all the gear and wear. So it’s another important thing to plan: which equipment we need. This expedition will take us a couple of weeks, so, along with the pictures of nature, you can expect a lot of the team and camping photos as well.

For the start of our journey, we chose August so, hopefully, temperature and other weather factors will be on our side.

As for the traveling expenses, helicopter flight will take around 2,000$, which is expensive enough but will save us a lot of time for actual photo shooting.

Day 1

First destination point – mountains. We start at the local airport meeting our helicopter pilot. The flight will take about an hour, and we’ll reach the first photo shooting spot:

Day 2

Next day, at 14 p.m. we’ll reach the second destination point. We’ll get to the highest mountain around to take best panoramic views. Hiking will be tough a bit, but trust me, it’s worth it:

Days 3, 4, 5

Next couple of days we’ll reach and start exploring the shore. These places are incredibly beautiful, It’s difficult to find the words to express what you feel here. The place is magical, and it’s almost completely wild and untouched, preserving natural beauty.

Day 6

On our way back, we’ll take another route to take some more pictures deeper in the forest, at a mountain site. There, we’ll have some extra time to rest and take extra photos

Day 7

We travel to the bus station, and from there – back to the airport with our incredible experience and memories.

Price: $5,500 per person

Included in the price
  • Helicopter flight
  • Accommodation and transportation
  • All meals (except alcohol and snacks)
  • Camping fees
  • Instruction and master classes by a professional guide
Not included in the price
  • Flight to the country
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Alcohol
  • Snacks

Tip: check available flight tickets at the beginning of 2020.

What to bring

Gear
  • Cameras with tripod
  • A wide-angle lens, which works best for the panoramic photography
  • A middle-zoom lens  (24-70 mm)
  • A telephoto zoom lens (600 mm). Recommended for wildlife and bird photography.
Wear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average +8 – +15 C)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Warm jacket and thermal pants
  • Warm waterproof boots

We’ll email the full list to participants.

I invite you to join our expedition. We plan to visit some beautiful places all over the country.

We’ll walk through mountains and forests, moving forward to the ocean shore and fjords. The main goal is to shoot beautiful pictures from mountains, but we’ll also get closer to the water to get the shore pictures from different positions. It makes our schedule pretty tight so we need to move fast to cover all planned photo shooting areas.

And of course, since we’re going to the mountain’s site, safety measures are important thing to take care of. All members of our expedition got climbing equipment, navigators, radio phones with extra packs of batteries and maps of locations we’re going to.

We’ll start our journey from the helicopter and then we’ll proceed to move on our own, carrying all the gear and wear. So it’s another important thing to plan: which equipment we need. This expedition will take us a couple of weeks, so, along with the pictures of nature, you can expect a lot of the team and camping photos as well.

For the start of our journey, we chose August so, hopefully, temperature and other weather factors will be on our side.

As for the traveling expenses, helicopter flight will take around 2,000$, which is expensive enough but will save us a lot of time for actual photo shooting.

Day 1

First destination point – mountains. We start at the local airport meeting our helicopter pilot. The flight will take about an hour, and we’ll reach the first photo shooting spot:

Day 2

Next day, at 14 p.m. we’ll reach the second destination point. We’ll get to the highest mountain around to take best panoramic views. Hiking will be tough a bit, but trust me, it’s worth it:

Days 3, 4, 5

Next couple of days we’ll reach and start exploring the shore. These places are incredibly beautiful, It’s difficult to find the words to express what you feel here. The place is magical, and it’s almost completely wild and untouched, preserving natural beauty.

Day 6

On our way back, we’ll take another route to take some more pictures deeper in the forest, at a mountain site. There, we’ll have some extra time to rest and take extra photos

Day 7

We travel to the bus station, and from there – back to the airport with our incredible experience and memories.

Price: $5,500 per person

Included in the price
  • Helicopter flight
  • Accommodation and transportation
  • All meals (except alcohol and snacks)
  • Camping fees
  • Instruction and master classes by a professional guide
Not included in the price
  • Flight to the country
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Alcohol
  • Snacks

Tip: check available flight tickets at the beginning of 2020.

What to bring

Gear
  • Cameras with tripod
  • A wide-angle lens, which works best for the panoramic photography
  • A middle-zoom lens  (24-70 mm)
  • A telephoto zoom lens (600 mm). Recommended for wildlife and bird photography.
Wear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average +8 – +15 C)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Warm jacket and thermal pants
  • Warm waterproof boots

We’ll email the full list to participants.

I invite you to join our expedition. We plan to visit some beautiful places all over the country.

We’ll walk through mountains and forests, moving forward to the ocean shore and fjords. The main goal is to shoot beautiful pictures from mountains, but we’ll also get closer to the water to get the shore pictures from different positions. It makes our schedule pretty tight so we need to move fast to cover all planned photo shooting areas.

And of course, since we’re going to the mountain’s site, safety measures are important thing to take care of. All members of our expedition got climbing equipment, navigators, radio phones with extra packs of batteries and maps of locations we’re going to.

We’ll start our journey from the helicopter and then we’ll proceed to move on our own, carrying all the gear and wear. So it’s another important thing to plan: which equipment we need. This expedition will take us a couple of weeks, so, along with the pictures of nature, you can expect a lot of the team and camping photos as well.

For the start of our journey, we chose August so, hopefully, temperature and other weather factors will be on our side.

As for the traveling expenses, helicopter flight will take around 2,000$, which is expensive enough but will save us a lot of time for actual photo shooting.

Day 1

First destination point – mountains. We start at the local airport meeting our helicopter pilot. The flight will take about an hour, and we’ll reach the first photo shooting spot:

Day 2

Next day, at 14 p.m. we’ll reach the second destination point. We’ll get to the highest mountain around to take best panoramic views. Hiking will be tough a bit, but trust me, it’s worth it:

Days 3, 4, 5

Next couple of days we’ll reach and start exploring the shore. These places are incredibly beautiful, It’s difficult to find the words to express what you feel here. The place is magical, and it’s almost completely wild and untouched, preserving natural beauty.

Day 6

On our way back, we’ll take another route to take some more pictures deeper in the forest, at a mountain site. There, we’ll have some extra time to rest and take extra photos

Day 7

We travel to the bus station, and from there – back to the airport with our incredible experience and memories.

Price: $5,500 per person

Included in the price
  • Helicopter flight
  • Accommodation and transportation
  • All meals (except alcohol and snacks)
  • Camping fees
  • Instruction and master classes by a professional guide
Not included in the price
  • Flight to the country
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Alcohol
  • Snacks

Tip: check available flight tickets at the beginning of 2020.

What to bring

Gear
  • Cameras with tripod
  • A wide-angle lens, which works best for the panoramic photography
  • A middle-zoom lens  (24-70 mm)
  • A telephoto zoom lens (600 mm). Recommended for wildlife and bird photography.
Wear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average +8 – +15 C)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Warm jacket and thermal pants
  • Warm waterproof boots

We’ll email the full list to participants.

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I invite you to join our expedition. We plan to visit some beautiful places all over the country.

We’ll walk through mountains and forests, moving forward to the ocean shore and fjords. The main goal is to shoot beautiful pictures from mountains, but we’ll also get closer to the water to get the shore pictures from different positions. It makes our schedule pretty tight so we need to move fast to cover all planned photo shooting areas.

And of course, since we’re going to the mountain’s site, safety measures are important thing to take care of. All members of our expedition got climbing equipment, navigators, radio phones with extra packs of batteries and maps of locations we’re going to.

We’ll start our journey from the helicopter and then we’ll proceed to move on our own, carrying all the gear and wear. So it’s another important thing to plan: which equipment we need. This expedition will take us a couple of weeks, so, along with the pictures of nature, you can expect a lot of the team and camping photos as well.

For the start of our journey, we chose August so, hopefully, temperature and other weather factors will be on our side.

As for the traveling expenses, helicopter flight will take around 2,000$, which is expensive enough but will save us a lot of time for actual photo shooting.

Day 1

First destination point – mountains. We start at the local airport meeting our helicopter pilot. The flight will take about an hour, and we’ll reach the first photo shooting spot:

Day 2

Next day, at 14 p.m. we’ll reach the second destination point. We’ll get to the highest mountain around to take best panoramic views. Hiking will be tough a bit, but trust me, it’s worth it:

Days 3, 4, 5

Next couple of days we’ll reach and start exploring the shore. These places are incredibly beautiful, It’s difficult to find the words to express what you feel here. The place is magical, and it’s almost completely wild and untouched, preserving natural beauty.

Day 6

On our way back, we’ll take another route to take some more pictures deeper in the forest, at a mountain site. There, we’ll have some extra time to rest and take extra photos

Day 7

We travel to the bus station, and from there – back to the airport with our incredible experience and memories.

Price: $5,500 per person

Included in the price
  • Helicopter flight
  • Accommodation and transportation
  • All meals (except alcohol and snacks)
  • Camping fees
  • Instruction and master classes by a professional guide
Not included in the price
  • Flight to the country
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Alcohol
  • Snacks

Tip: check available flight tickets at the beginning of 2020.

What to bring

Gear
  • Cameras with tripod
  • A wide-angle lens, which works best for the panoramic photography
  • A middle-zoom lens  (24-70 mm)
  • A telephoto zoom lens (600 mm). Recommended for wildlife and bird photography.
Wear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average +8 – +15 C)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Warm jacket and thermal pants
  • Warm waterproof boots

We’ll email the full list to participants.

I invite you to join our expedition. We plan to visit some beautiful places all over the country.

We’ll walk through mountains and forests, moving forward to the ocean shore and fjords. The main goal is to shoot beautiful pictures from mountains, but we’ll also get closer to the water to get the shore pictures from different positions. It makes our schedule pretty tight so we need to move fast to cover all planned photo shooting areas.

And of course, since we’re going to the mountain’s site, safety measures are important thing to take care of. All members of our expedition got climbing equipment, navigators, radio phones with extra packs of batteries and maps of locations we’re going to.

We’ll start our journey from the helicopter and then we’ll proceed to move on our own, carrying all the gear and wear. So it’s another important thing to plan: which equipment we need. This expedition will take us a couple of weeks, so, along with the pictures of nature, you can expect a lot of the team and camping photos as well.

For the start of our journey, we chose August so, hopefully, temperature and other weather factors will be on our side.

As for the traveling expenses, helicopter flight will take around 2,000$, which is expensive enough but will save us a lot of time for actual photo shooting.

Day 1

First destination point – mountains. We start at the local airport meeting our helicopter pilot. The flight will take about an hour, and we’ll reach the first photo shooting spot:

Day 2

Next day, at 14 p.m. we’ll reach the second destination point. We’ll get to the highest mountain around to take best panoramic views. Hiking will be tough a bit, but trust me, it’s worth it:

Days 3, 4, 5

Next couple of days we’ll reach and start exploring the shore. These places are incredibly beautiful, It’s difficult to find the words to express what you feel here. The place is magical, and it’s almost completely wild and untouched, preserving natural beauty.

Day 6

On our way back, we’ll take another route to take some more pictures deeper in the forest, at a mountain site. There, we’ll have some extra time to rest and take extra photos

Day 7

We travel to the bus station, and from there – back to the airport with our incredible experience and memories.

Price: $5,500 per person

Included in the price
  • Helicopter flight
  • Accommodation and transportation
  • All meals (except alcohol and snacks)
  • Camping fees
  • Instruction and master classes by a professional guide
Not included in the price
  • Flight to the country
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Alcohol
  • Snacks

Tip: check available flight tickets at the beginning of 2020.

What to bring

Gear
  • Cameras with tripod
  • A wide-angle lens, which works best for the panoramic photography
  • A middle-zoom lens  (24-70 mm)
  • A telephoto zoom lens (600 mm). Recommended for wildlife and bird photography.
Wear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average +8 – +15 C)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Warm jacket and thermal pants
  • Warm waterproof boots

We’ll email the full list to participants.

I invite you to join our expedition. We plan to visit some beautiful places all over the country.

We’ll walk through mountains and forests, moving forward to the ocean shore and fjords. The main goal is to shoot beautiful pictures from mountains, but we’ll also get closer to the water to get the shore pictures from different positions. It makes our schedule pretty tight so we need to move fast to cover all planned photo shooting areas.

And of course, since we’re going to the mountain’s site, safety measures are important thing to take care of. All members of our expedition got climbing equipment, navigators, radio phones with extra packs of batteries and maps of locations we’re going to.

We’ll start our journey from the helicopter and then we’ll proceed to move on our own, carrying all the gear and wear. So it’s another important thing to plan: which equipment we need. This expedition will take us a couple of weeks, so, along with the pictures of nature, you can expect a lot of the team and camping photos as well.

For the start of our journey, we chose August so, hopefully, temperature and other weather factors will be on our side.

As for the traveling expenses, helicopter flight will take around 2,000$, which is expensive enough but will save us a lot of time for actual photo shooting.

Day 1

First destination point – mountains. We start at the local airport meeting our helicopter pilot. The flight will take about an hour, and we’ll reach the first photo shooting spot:

Day 2

Next day, at 14 p.m. we’ll reach the second destination point. We’ll get to the highest mountain around to take best panoramic views. Hiking will be tough a bit, but trust me, it’s worth it:

Days 3, 4, 5

Next couple of days we’ll reach and start exploring the shore. These places are incredibly beautiful, It’s difficult to find the words to express what you feel here. The place is magical, and it’s almost completely wild and untouched, preserving natural beauty.

Day 6

On our way back, we’ll take another route to take some more pictures deeper in the forest, at a mountain site. There, we’ll have some extra time to rest and take extra photos

Day 7

We travel to the bus station, and from there – back to the airport with our incredible experience and memories.

Price: $5,500 per person

Included in the price
  • Helicopter flight
  • Accommodation and transportation
  • All meals (except alcohol and snacks)
  • Camping fees
  • Instruction and master classes by a professional guide
Not included in the price
  • Flight to the country
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Alcohol
  • Snacks

Tip: check available flight tickets at the beginning of 2020.

What to bring

Gear
  • Cameras with tripod
  • A wide-angle lens, which works best for the panoramic photography
  • A middle-zoom lens  (24-70 mm)
  • A telephoto zoom lens (600 mm). Recommended for wildlife and bird photography.
Wear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average +8 – +15 C)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Warm jacket and thermal pants
  • Warm waterproof boots

We’ll email the full list to participants.

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I invite you to join our expedition. We plan to visit some beautiful places all over the country.

We’ll walk through mountains and forests, moving forward to the ocean shore and fjords. The main goal is to shoot beautiful pictures from mountains, but we’ll also get closer to the water to get the shore pictures from different positions. It makes our schedule pretty tight so we need to move fast to cover all planned photo shooting areas.

And of course, since we’re going to the mountain’s site, safety measures are important thing to take care of. All members of our expedition got climbing equipment, navigators, radio phones with extra packs of batteries and maps of locations we’re going to.

We’ll start our journey from the helicopter and then we’ll proceed to move on our own, carrying all the gear and wear. So it’s another important thing to plan: which equipment we need. This expedition will take us a couple of weeks, so, along with the pictures of nature, you can expect a lot of the team and camping photos as well.

For the start of our journey, we chose August so, hopefully, temperature and other weather factors will be on our side.

As for the traveling expenses, helicopter flight will take around 2,000$, which is expensive enough but will save us a lot of time for actual photo shooting.

Day 1

First destination point – mountains. We start at the local airport meeting our helicopter pilot. The flight will take about an hour, and we’ll reach the first photo shooting spot:

Day 2

Next day, at 14 p.m. we’ll reach the second destination point. We’ll get to the highest mountain around to take best panoramic views. Hiking will be tough a bit, but trust me, it’s worth it:

Days 3, 4, 5

Next couple of days we’ll reach and start exploring the shore. These places are incredibly beautiful, It’s difficult to find the words to express what you feel here. The place is magical, and it’s almost completely wild and untouched, preserving natural beauty.

Day 6

On our way back, we’ll take another route to take some more pictures deeper in the forest, at a mountain site. There, we’ll have some extra time to rest and take extra photos

Day 7

We travel to the bus station, and from there – back to the airport with our incredible experience and memories.

Price: $5,500 per person

Included in the price
  • Helicopter flight
  • Accommodation and transportation
  • All meals (except alcohol and snacks)
  • Camping fees
  • Instruction and master classes by a professional guide
Not included in the price
  • Flight to the country
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Alcohol
  • Snacks

Tip: check available flight tickets at the beginning of 2020.

What to bring

Gear
  • Cameras with tripod
  • A wide-angle lens, which works best for the panoramic photography
  • A middle-zoom lens  (24-70 mm)
  • A telephoto zoom lens (600 mm). Recommended for wildlife and bird photography.
Wear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average +8 – +15 C)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Warm jacket and thermal pants
  • Warm waterproof boots

We’ll email the full list to participants.

I invite you to join our expedition. We plan to visit some beautiful places all over the country.

We’ll walk through mountains and forests, moving forward to the ocean shore and fjords. The main goal is to shoot beautiful pictures from mountains, but we’ll also get closer to the water to get the shore pictures from different positions. It makes our schedule pretty tight so we need to move fast to cover all planned photo shooting areas.

And of course, since we’re going to the mountain’s site, safety measures are important thing to take care of. All members of our expedition got climbing equipment, navigators, radio phones with extra packs of batteries and maps of locations we’re going to.

We’ll start our journey from the helicopter and then we’ll proceed to move on our own, carrying all the gear and wear. So it’s another important thing to plan: which equipment we need. This expedition will take us a couple of weeks, so, along with the pictures of nature, you can expect a lot of the team and camping photos as well.

For the start of our journey, we chose August so, hopefully, temperature and other weather factors will be on our side.

As for the traveling expenses, helicopter flight will take around 2,000$, which is expensive enough but will save us a lot of time for actual photo shooting.

Day 1

First destination point – mountains. We start at the local airport meeting our helicopter pilot. The flight will take about an hour, and we’ll reach the first photo shooting spot:

Day 2

Next day, at 14 p.m. we’ll reach the second destination point. We’ll get to the highest mountain around to take best panoramic views. Hiking will be tough a bit, but trust me, it’s worth it:

Days 3, 4, 5

Next couple of days we’ll reach and start exploring the shore. These places are incredibly beautiful, It’s difficult to find the words to express what you feel here. The place is magical, and it’s almost completely wild and untouched, preserving natural beauty.

Day 6

On our way back, we’ll take another route to take some more pictures deeper in the forest, at a mountain site. There, we’ll have some extra time to rest and take extra photos

Day 7

We travel to the bus station, and from there – back to the airport with our incredible experience and memories.

Price: $5,500 per person

Included in the price
  • Helicopter flight
  • Accommodation and transportation
  • All meals (except alcohol and snacks)
  • Camping fees
  • Instruction and master classes by a professional guide
Not included in the price
  • Flight to the country
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Alcohol
  • Snacks

Tip: check available flight tickets at the beginning of 2020.

What to bring

Gear
  • Cameras with tripod
  • A wide-angle lens, which works best for the panoramic photography
  • A middle-zoom lens  (24-70 mm)
  • A telephoto zoom lens (600 mm). Recommended for wildlife and bird photography.
Wear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average +8 – +15 C)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Warm jacket and thermal pants
  • Warm waterproof boots

We’ll email the full list to participants.

I invite you to join our expedition. We plan to visit some beautiful places all over the country.

We’ll walk through mountains and forests, moving forward to the ocean shore and fjords. The main goal is to shoot beautiful pictures from mountains, but we’ll also get closer to the water to get the shore pictures from different positions. It makes our schedule pretty tight so we need to move fast to cover all planned photo shooting areas.

And of course, since we’re going to the mountain’s site, safety measures are important thing to take care of. All members of our expedition got climbing equipment, navigators, radio phones with extra packs of batteries and maps of locations we’re going to.

We’ll start our journey from the helicopter and then we’ll proceed to move on our own, carrying all the gear and wear. So it’s another important thing to plan: which equipment we need. This expedition will take us a couple of weeks, so, along with the pictures of nature, you can expect a lot of the team and camping photos as well.

For the start of our journey, we chose August so, hopefully, temperature and other weather factors will be on our side.

As for the traveling expenses, helicopter flight will take around 2,000$, which is expensive enough but will save us a lot of time for actual photo shooting.

Day 1

First destination point – mountains. We start at the local airport meeting our helicopter pilot. The flight will take about an hour, and we’ll reach the first photo shooting spot:

Day 2

Next day, at 14 p.m. we’ll reach the second destination point. We’ll get to the highest mountain around to take best panoramic views. Hiking will be tough a bit, but trust me, it’s worth it:

Days 3, 4, 5

Next couple of days we’ll reach and start exploring the shore. These places are incredibly beautiful, It’s difficult to find the words to express what you feel here. The place is magical, and it’s almost completely wild and untouched, preserving natural beauty.

Day 6

On our way back, we’ll take another route to take some more pictures deeper in the forest, at a mountain site. There, we’ll have some extra time to rest and take extra photos

Day 7

We travel to the bus station, and from there – back to the airport with our incredible experience and memories.

Price: $5,500 per person

Included in the price
  • Helicopter flight
  • Accommodation and transportation
  • All meals (except alcohol and snacks)
  • Camping fees
  • Instruction and master classes by a professional guide
Not included in the price
  • Flight to the country
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Alcohol
  • Snacks

Tip: check available flight tickets at the beginning of 2020.

What to bring

Gear
  • Cameras with tripod
  • A wide-angle lens, which works best for the panoramic photography
  • A middle-zoom lens  (24-70 mm)
  • A telephoto zoom lens (600 mm). Recommended for wildlife and bird photography.
Wear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average +8 – +15 C)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Warm jacket and thermal pants
  • Warm waterproof boots

We’ll email the full list to participants.

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People think focus means saying yes to the thing you’ve got to focus on. But that’s not what it means at all. It means saying no to the hundred other good ideas that there are. You have to pick carefully. I’m actually as proud of the things we haven’t done as the things I have done. Innovation is saying no to 1,000 things. Steve Jobs – Apple Worldwide Developers’ Conference, 1997

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Cupertino, CA 95014
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I invite you to join our expedition. We plan to visit some beautiful places all over the country.

We’ll walk through mountains and forests, moving forward to the ocean shore and fjords. The main goal is to shoot beautiful pictures from mountains, but we’ll also get closer to the water to get the shore pictures from different positions. It makes our schedule pretty tight so we need to move fast to cover all planned photo shooting areas.

And of course, since we’re going to the mountain’s site, safety measures are important thing to take care of. All members of our expedition got climbing equipment, navigators, radio phones with extra packs of batteries and maps of locations we’re going to.

We’ll start our journey from the helicopter and then we’ll proceed to move on our own, carrying all the gear and wear. So it’s another important thing to plan: which equipment we need. This expedition will take us a couple of weeks, so, along with the pictures of nature, you can expect a lot of the team and camping photos as well.

For the start of our journey, we chose August so, hopefully, temperature and other weather factors will be on our side.

As for the traveling expenses, helicopter flight will take around 2,000$, which is expensive enough but will save us a lot of time for actual photo shooting.

Day 1

First destination point – mountains. We start at the local airport meeting our helicopter pilot. The flight will take about an hour, and we’ll reach the first photo shooting spot:

Day 2

Next day, at 14 p.m. we’ll reach the second destination point. We’ll get to the highest mountain around to take best panoramic views. Hiking will be tough a bit, but trust me, it’s worth it:

Days 3, 4, 5

Next couple of days we’ll reach and start exploring the shore. These places are incredibly beautiful, It’s difficult to find the words to express what you feel here. The place is magical, and it’s almost completely wild and untouched, preserving natural beauty.

Day 6

On our way back, we’ll take another route to take some more pictures deeper in the forest, at a mountain site. There, we’ll have some extra time to rest and take extra photos

Day 7

We travel to the bus station, and from there – back to the airport with our incredible experience and memories.

Price: $5,500 per person

Included in the price
  • Helicopter flight
  • Accommodation and transportation
  • All meals (except alcohol and snacks)
  • Camping fees
  • Instruction and master classes by a professional guide
Not included in the price
  • Flight to the country
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Alcohol
  • Snacks

Tip: check available flight tickets at the beginning of 2020.

What to bring

Gear
  • Cameras with tripod
  • A wide-angle lens, which works best for the panoramic photography
  • A middle-zoom lens  (24-70 mm)
  • A telephoto zoom lens (600 mm). Recommended for wildlife and bird photography.
Wear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average +8 – +15 C)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Warm jacket and thermal pants
  • Warm waterproof boots

We’ll email the full list to participants.

I invite you to join our expedition. We plan to visit some beautiful places all over the country.

We’ll walk through mountains and forests, moving forward to the ocean shore and fjords. The main goal is to shoot beautiful pictures from mountains, but we’ll also get closer to the water to get the shore pictures from different positions. It makes our schedule pretty tight so we need to move fast to cover all planned photo shooting areas.

And of course, since we’re going to the mountain’s site, safety measures are important thing to take care of. All members of our expedition got climbing equipment, navigators, radio phones with extra packs of batteries and maps of locations we’re going to.

We’ll start our journey from the helicopter and then we’ll proceed to move on our own, carrying all the gear and wear. So it’s another important thing to plan: which equipment we need. This expedition will take us a couple of weeks, so, along with the pictures of nature, you can expect a lot of the team and camping photos as well.

For the start of our journey, we chose August so, hopefully, temperature and other weather factors will be on our side.

As for the traveling expenses, helicopter flight will take around 2,000$, which is expensive enough but will save us a lot of time for actual photo shooting.

Day 1

First destination point – mountains. We start at the local airport meeting our helicopter pilot. The flight will take about an hour, and we’ll reach the first photo shooting spot:

Day 2

Next day, at 14 p.m. we’ll reach the second destination point. We’ll get to the highest mountain around to take best panoramic views. Hiking will be tough a bit, but trust me, it’s worth it:

Days 3, 4, 5

Next couple of days we’ll reach and start exploring the shore. These places are incredibly beautiful, It’s difficult to find the words to express what you feel here. The place is magical, and it’s almost completely wild and untouched, preserving natural beauty.

Day 6

On our way back, we’ll take another route to take some more pictures deeper in the forest, at a mountain site. There, we’ll have some extra time to rest and take extra photos

Day 7

We travel to the bus station, and from there – back to the airport with our incredible experience and memories.

Price: $5,500 per person

Included in the price
  • Helicopter flight
  • Accommodation and transportation
  • All meals (except alcohol and snacks)
  • Camping fees
  • Instruction and master classes by a professional guide
Not included in the price
  • Flight to the country
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Alcohol
  • Snacks

Tip: check available flight tickets at the beginning of 2020.

What to bring

Gear
  • Cameras with tripod
  • A wide-angle lens, which works best for the panoramic photography
  • A middle-zoom lens  (24-70 mm)
  • A telephoto zoom lens (600 mm). Recommended for wildlife and bird photography.
Wear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average +8 – +15 C)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Warm jacket and thermal pants
  • Warm waterproof boots

We’ll email the full list to participants.

I invite you to join our expedition. We plan to visit some beautiful places all over the country.

We’ll walk through mountains and forests, moving forward to the ocean shore and fjords. The main goal is to shoot beautiful pictures from mountains, but we’ll also get closer to the water to get the shore pictures from different positions. It makes our schedule pretty tight so we need to move fast to cover all planned photo shooting areas.

And of course, since we’re going to the mountain’s site, safety measures are important thing to take care of. All members of our expedition got climbing equipment, navigators, radio phones with extra packs of batteries and maps of locations we’re going to.

We’ll start our journey from the helicopter and then we’ll proceed to move on our own, carrying all the gear and wear. So it’s another important thing to plan: which equipment we need. This expedition will take us a couple of weeks, so, along with the pictures of nature, you can expect a lot of the team and camping photos as well.

For the start of our journey, we chose August so, hopefully, temperature and other weather factors will be on our side.

As for the traveling expenses, helicopter flight will take around 2,000$, which is expensive enough but will save us a lot of time for actual photo shooting.

Day 1

First destination point – mountains. We start at the local airport meeting our helicopter pilot. The flight will take about an hour, and we’ll reach the first photo shooting spot:

Day 2

Next day, at 14 p.m. we’ll reach the second destination point. We’ll get to the highest mountain around to take best panoramic views. Hiking will be tough a bit, but trust me, it’s worth it:

Days 3, 4, 5

Next couple of days we’ll reach and start exploring the shore. These places are incredibly beautiful, It’s difficult to find the words to express what you feel here. The place is magical, and it’s almost completely wild and untouched, preserving natural beauty.

Day 6

On our way back, we’ll take another route to take some more pictures deeper in the forest, at a mountain site. There, we’ll have some extra time to rest and take extra photos

Day 7

We travel to the bus station, and from there – back to the airport with our incredible experience and memories.

Price: $5,500 per person

Included in the price
  • Helicopter flight
  • Accommodation and transportation
  • All meals (except alcohol and snacks)
  • Camping fees
  • Instruction and master classes by a professional guide
Not included in the price
  • Flight to the country
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Alcohol
  • Snacks

Tip: check available flight tickets at the beginning of 2020.

What to bring

Gear
  • Cameras with tripod
  • A wide-angle lens, which works best for the panoramic photography
  • A middle-zoom lens  (24-70 mm)
  • A telephoto zoom lens (600 mm). Recommended for wildlife and bird photography.
Wear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average +8 – +15 C)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Warm jacket and thermal pants
  • Warm waterproof boots

We’ll email the full list to participants.

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People think focus means saying yes to the thing you’ve got to focus on. But that’s not what it means at all. It means saying no to the hundred other good ideas that there are. You have to pick carefully. I’m actually as proud of the things we haven’t done as the things I have done. Innovation is saying no to 1,000 things. Steve Jobs – Apple Worldwide Developers’ Conference, 1997

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Address Tag

1 Infinite Loop
Cupertino, CA 95014
United States

Anchor Tag (aka. Link)

This is an example of a link.

Abbreviation Tag

The abbreviation srsly stands for “seriously”.

Acronym Tag (deprecated in HTML5)

The acronym ftw stands for “for the win”.

Big Tag (deprecated in HTML5)

These tests are a big deal, but this tag is no longer supported in HTML5.

Cite Tag

“Code is poetry.” —Automattic

Code Tag

You will learn later on in these tests that word-wrap: break-word; will be your best friend.

Delete Tag

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This scarsly known tag emulates keyboard text, which is usually styled like the <code> tag.

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.post-title {
	margin: 0 0 5px;
	font-weight: bold;
	font-size: 38px;
	line-height: 1.2;
	and here's a line of some really, really, really, really long text, just to see how the PRE tag handles it and to find out how it overflows;
}

Quote Tag

Developers, developers, developers… –Steve Ballmer

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This tag shows strike-through text

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Subscript Tag

Getting our science styling on with H2O, which should push the “2” down.

Superscript Tag

Still sticking with science and Isaac Newton’s E = MC2, which should lift the 2 up.

I invite you to join our expedition. We plan to visit some beautiful places all over the country.

We’ll walk through mountains and forests, moving forward to the ocean shore and fjords. The main goal is to shoot beautiful pictures from mountains, but we’ll also get closer to the water to get the shore pictures from different positions. It makes our schedule pretty tight so we need to move fast to cover all planned photo shooting areas.

And of course, since we’re going to the mountain’s site, safety measures are important thing to take care of. All members of our expedition got climbing equipment, navigators, radio phones with extra packs of batteries and maps of locations we’re going to.

We’ll start our journey from the helicopter and then we’ll proceed to move on our own, carrying all the gear and wear. So it’s another important thing to plan: which equipment we need. This expedition will take us a couple of weeks, so, along with the pictures of nature, you can expect a lot of the team and camping photos as well.

For the start of our journey, we chose August so, hopefully, temperature and other weather factors will be on our side.

As for the traveling expenses, helicopter flight will take around 2,000$, which is expensive enough but will save us a lot of time for actual photo shooting.

Day 1

First destination point – mountains. We start at the local airport meeting our helicopter pilot. The flight will take about an hour, and we’ll reach the first photo shooting spot:

Day 2

Next day, at 14 p.m. we’ll reach the second destination point. We’ll get to the highest mountain around to take best panoramic views. Hiking will be tough a bit, but trust me, it’s worth it:

Days 3, 4, 5

Next couple of days we’ll reach and start exploring the shore. These places are incredibly beautiful, It’s difficult to find the words to express what you feel here. The place is magical, and it’s almost completely wild and untouched, preserving natural beauty.

Day 6

On our way back, we’ll take another route to take some more pictures deeper in the forest, at a mountain site. There, we’ll have some extra time to rest and take extra photos

Day 7

We travel to the bus station, and from there – back to the airport with our incredible experience and memories.

Price: $5,500 per person

Included in the price
  • Helicopter flight
  • Accommodation and transportation
  • All meals (except alcohol and snacks)
  • Camping fees
  • Instruction and master classes by a professional guide
Not included in the price
  • Flight to the country
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Alcohol
  • Snacks

Tip: check available flight tickets at the beginning of 2020.

What to bring

Gear
  • Cameras with tripod
  • A wide-angle lens, which works best for the panoramic photography
  • A middle-zoom lens  (24-70 mm)
  • A telephoto zoom lens (600 mm). Recommended for wildlife and bird photography.
Wear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average +8 – +15 C)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Warm jacket and thermal pants
  • Warm waterproof boots

We’ll email the full list to participants.

I invite you to join our expedition. We plan to visit some beautiful places all over the country.

We’ll walk through mountains and forests, moving forward to the ocean shore and fjords. The main goal is to shoot beautiful pictures from mountains, but we’ll also get closer to the water to get the shore pictures from different positions. It makes our schedule pretty tight so we need to move fast to cover all planned photo shooting areas.

And of course, since we’re going to the mountain’s site, safety measures are important thing to take care of. All members of our expedition got climbing equipment, navigators, radio phones with extra packs of batteries and maps of locations we’re going to.

We’ll start our journey from the helicopter and then we’ll proceed to move on our own, carrying all the gear and wear. So it’s another important thing to plan: which equipment we need. This expedition will take us a couple of weeks, so, along with the pictures of nature, you can expect a lot of the team and camping photos as well.

For the start of our journey, we chose August so, hopefully, temperature and other weather factors will be on our side.

As for the traveling expenses, helicopter flight will take around 2,000$, which is expensive enough but will save us a lot of time for actual photo shooting.

Day 1

First destination point – mountains. We start at the local airport meeting our helicopter pilot. The flight will take about an hour, and we’ll reach the first photo shooting spot:

Day 2

Next day, at 14 p.m. we’ll reach the second destination point. We’ll get to the highest mountain around to take best panoramic views. Hiking will be tough a bit, but trust me, it’s worth it:

Days 3, 4, 5

Next couple of days we’ll reach and start exploring the shore. These places are incredibly beautiful, It’s difficult to find the words to express what you feel here. The place is magical, and it’s almost completely wild and untouched, preserving natural beauty.

Day 6

On our way back, we’ll take another route to take some more pictures deeper in the forest, at a mountain site. There, we’ll have some extra time to rest and take extra photos

Day 7

We travel to the bus station, and from there – back to the airport with our incredible experience and memories.

Price: $5,500 per person

Included in the price
  • Helicopter flight
  • Accommodation and transportation
  • All meals (except alcohol and snacks)
  • Camping fees
  • Instruction and master classes by a professional guide
Not included in the price
  • Flight to the country
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Alcohol
  • Snacks

Tip: check available flight tickets at the beginning of 2020.

What to bring

Gear
  • Cameras with tripod
  • A wide-angle lens, which works best for the panoramic photography
  • A middle-zoom lens  (24-70 mm)
  • A telephoto zoom lens (600 mm). Recommended for wildlife and bird photography.
Wear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average +8 – +15 C)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Warm jacket and thermal pants
  • Warm waterproof boots

We’ll email the full list to participants.

I invite you to join our expedition. We plan to visit some beautiful places all over the country.

We’ll walk through mountains and forests, moving forward to the ocean shore and fjords. The main goal is to shoot beautiful pictures from mountains, but we’ll also get closer to the water to get the shore pictures from different positions. It makes our schedule pretty tight so we need to move fast to cover all planned photo shooting areas.

And of course, since we’re going to the mountain’s site, safety measures are important thing to take care of. All members of our expedition got climbing equipment, navigators, radio phones with extra packs of batteries and maps of locations we’re going to.

We’ll start our journey from the helicopter and then we’ll proceed to move on our own, carrying all the gear and wear. So it’s another important thing to plan: which equipment we need. This expedition will take us a couple of weeks, so, along with the pictures of nature, you can expect a lot of the team and camping photos as well.

For the start of our journey, we chose August so, hopefully, temperature and other weather factors will be on our side.

As for the traveling expenses, helicopter flight will take around 2,000$, which is expensive enough but will save us a lot of time for actual photo shooting.

Day 1

First destination point – mountains. We start at the local airport meeting our helicopter pilot. The flight will take about an hour, and we’ll reach the first photo shooting spot:

Day 2

Next day, at 14 p.m. we’ll reach the second destination point. We’ll get to the highest mountain around to take best panoramic views. Hiking will be tough a bit, but trust me, it’s worth it:

Days 3, 4, 5

Next couple of days we’ll reach and start exploring the shore. These places are incredibly beautiful, It’s difficult to find the words to express what you feel here. The place is magical, and it’s almost completely wild and untouched, preserving natural beauty.

Day 6

On our way back, we’ll take another route to take some more pictures deeper in the forest, at a mountain site. There, we’ll have some extra time to rest and take extra photos

Day 7

We travel to the bus station, and from there – back to the airport with our incredible experience and memories.

Price: $5,500 per person

Included in the price
  • Helicopter flight
  • Accommodation and transportation
  • All meals (except alcohol and snacks)
  • Camping fees
  • Instruction and master classes by a professional guide
Not included in the price
  • Flight to the country
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Alcohol
  • Snacks

Tip: check available flight tickets at the beginning of 2020.

What to bring

Gear
  • Cameras with tripod
  • A wide-angle lens, which works best for the panoramic photography
  • A middle-zoom lens  (24-70 mm)
  • A telephoto zoom lens (600 mm). Recommended for wildlife and bird photography.
Wear
  • Waterproof and windproof jacket (consider the average +8 – +15 C)
  • Waterproof pants
  • Warm jacket and thermal pants
  • Warm waterproof boots

We’ll email the full list to participants.

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