#WorkshopWednesday – Join Me for Kailash & Everest Basecamp!

To call this small group tour to a famed destination “epic” would be an understatement. It has been many years since I visited Mt. Everest Base Camp, and a return been on my wish list for some time. This will also be the first time I’ve visited Mt. Kailash, and I couldn’t be happier about returning here to lead a 15-day workshop with others witnessing this fabled mountain for the first time.

My love for photography began at home in the Pacific Northwest, photographing the snowy mountain peaks of the Cascade and Olympic ranges. While we will be sharing our view of Kailash together for the first time, my goal is to apply a lifetime of capturing the elegant beauty of magnificent ranges to our small group of friends. Having an expert photographer by your side will ensure you come away with one-in-a-lifetime photos so you can share your adventure with friends and family. It’s my goal that  you capture shots you can print and frame that will last generations.

Along the way there will be much more to see beyond Kailash and Basecamp. We will begin our journey in the capital city of Lhasa, exploring the time-worn streets and mingling with the local population and visiting the holiest of Buddhist temples in all of Tibet. We will explore ancient local monasteries along our way to Basecamp, visit Mt. Kailash, and ultimately conclude our journey in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Few spaces remain available for this photography adventure which begins on May 25th, and the time to finalize our arrangements is fast approaching. If you’re interested in taking the photographic trip of a lifetime, act now and sign up today!

One Response to “#WorkshopWednesday – Join Me for Kailash & Everest Basecamp!”

  1. BEVERLY SHERRER says:

    Enjoy Art. You will find it fascinating. I don’t know if you all doing the Sacred Kora but if you do the 33 miles you will never forget it. The highest point of the travel around Mt. Kalhish was 18,600 feet elevation. It was magnificent however I had a hard time time with the Tibetan food between the hot chiles & wheat or barley which I can’t consume made the experience a bit more difficult. Hope you don’t get snowed in at North Basecamp. We did driving back from Everest stuck in the heavy snows on the road with 140 other cars including Chinese police. I was in Tibet for 32 days & traveled over 700 miles in October 2014 do we did see a number of monastery’s.

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