Austria Photo Tour | The hills are alive with the sound of shutters! hasi 2017-09-23T02:20:43+00:00
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Involves a fair amount of walking – not long distances but uneven terrain.
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Currently, we don’t offer an extension to this tour as it is our last spring/summer tour. We’re adding new tours each year, so please stay tuned.
Temperature range for this time of year: 65-90 degrees F.
Average monthly rainfall for this time of year: 2.5 ”
Try to pack light, as you will have to transport your luggage from where the boat drops you off, either a private water taxi or a public vaporetto, to the hotel. Most airlines are now charging for more than one piece of checked baggage. I love the Osprey Ozone series of lightweight wheeled luggage. Magrit used the Ozone 28 for 2.5 months on the road and found it perfect. You will appreciate the lighter load when you have to haul your luggage up steep streets or stairs.
Two pairs of shoes: One sturdy pair for in the field that you can get wet if we have a rain day. One pair for evenings.
Light weight rain jacket and rain pants. You don’t have to go all out here, but if we have some wet weather and it is not raining too hard we can still go out and get some good photos. * I really suggest a rain jacket if nothing else. We have worn cut open Hefty bags as skirts and they work great when we did not have rain pants. The rain gear will keep you dry when walking in tall, wet grass. Montbell makes an excellent parka and pants that are extremely lightweight.
Small umbrella for rain and shade. I use an umbrella often to block the sun from hitting the front element of my lens. Black is best. I have recently begun using a handsfree telescopic umbrella which I love. You can watch a video of my review at PhotographyTravelTours.
Sweater or light jacket for possible chill on early morning shoots. A light layer underneath a rain jacket can be surprisingly warm.
Hat for sun and rain protection.
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