all entrance tickets and fares included 11-5 pm
CHECK OUT 12:00
The World Heritage town of Patzcuaro is a delightful small town with white buildings, red tile roofs, no stop signs, and squares surrounded by porticos and arches. It is located in the state of Michoacan and is one of 83 Pueblos Magicos (Magic towns) in Mexico that offer a “magical experience by reason of their natural beauty, cultural riches, or historical relevance.”
Sandra Laurin has travelled to 56 countries to photograph the people, their customs and the environment. She leads photography workshops in San Miguel de Allende, Pozos, Toronto and Patzcuaro.
Four days of photography instruction, critique, evaluation and editing.
Excursions to markets, rural craft villages, islands, and Tzintzuntzan Indigenous ruins.
Users of cellphone cameras, compact cameras, and DSLR cameras are all invited to to attend.
BREAKFAST included 8:30-10:30 am
MARCH 10-14, 2020
Registration is limited to 8 people (minimum 4) so each participant can get maximum individual attention.
All levels of experience and all makes of cameras (including cellphones!) are welcome. The only prerequisite is to arrive wanting to LEARN and have FUN!