Monterey and Central Coast – The Greatest Meeting of Land and Sea!

February 6 – 9, 2020

An Iconic Location in the History of Photography!

Led by: Sharon Lobel, M.Photog, Cr., M-PPC and John Grusd, M.Photog, M-PPC

Join us February 6-9, 2020 for an IMAGE-Adventure to the rugged and beautiful Monterey Peninsula of California where we will photograph landscapes and seascapes in what Ansel Adams called, “The greatest meeting of land and sea” on earth! For photographers, this is Mecca! It’s where photographic royalty such as Ansel Adams and Edward Weston created some of their most famous works. Generations of photographers have made personal pilgrimages to photograph the crashing waves, rugged coastline and amazing light along this iconic part of the world.

We will be based for 3 nights, double occupancy, (Feb 6, 7, 8, Depart 9th) in Pacific Grove which will serve as our hub.

Only eight (8) participants maximum available! Minimum of four (4) participants.

Once you have signed up and paid: an itinerary and a list of recommended gear and camera equipment will follow.

The cost is $1250.00 per person. Two or more signing up at the same time receive a $100.00 discount per person. The price includes guiding and photographic assistance throughout the adventure, double occupancy lodging, complimentary breakfasts, free hotel parking, free Wi-Fi and admissions to the Aquarium, Carmel Mission, 17 Mile Drive and Point Lobos State Reserve. Not included are transportation, gas, lunches and dinners.

A deposit of $625.00 is due at time of booking with the balance due January 15, 2020.

Deadline to sign up is January 15, 2020. Cancellations made within 4 weeks prior to arrival date, we will retain 10% of the reservation cost and 2 weeks or less of adventure date, we will retain 50%. 

For more information please contact us: Website:  image-adventures.com or contact:

Sharon Lobel, ShutterBugSharon@aol.com, 818-802-7597 or John Grusd, JohnGrusd@gmail.com, 310-365-6364

Your Adventure Begins Here!

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