Glacier Bay National Park Photo Tour – 2013

June 29 to July 7, 2013 (Hoonah to Gustavus)

Glacier Bay, Alaska

Join Don Paulson and Dolphin Charters for our premier trip in Glacier Bay National Park – the pinnacle of Alaskan Scenery!  Based aboard the Delphinus, a comfortable, 50-foot custom trawler, we will explore and photograph what John Muir described as the “grandest place on Earth”.  Famous for its dramatic scenery and calving glaciers,  Glacier Bay also contains the greatest variety of large mammals and best bird viewing of any of our locations.  Our  itinerary will allow us to explore the Park broadly and to go ashore regularly. Ask for a copy of our detailed itinerary.

 

Check out Don’s photos from previous photo tours in Glacier Bay National Park.

This trip is ideal for photography enthusiasts. You will photograph alongside professional nature photographer Don Paulson, both on shore and aboard the Delphinus. Don will be available throughout the trip for any help or photo advice you may need. His passion for photography is contagious and you will be inspired to try new and creative ways to make photographs. If you are new to photography, Don will put you at ease with his knack for clear and simple explanations to your questions. Advanced photographers will benefit from Don’s extensive knowledge and many years of working as a full-time nature photographer. In the evenings you may wish to download and view your photos for the day. Don will be available to help you with any of your downloading or photo editing questions.

Cost: $3795 Limited to eight people.

Additional information is available at Dolphin Charters, telephone 800-472-9942. Please mention that you learned about this trip from Don Paulson’s Website.

Or contact Don Paulson at don@donpaulson.com, telephone 360-830-2212 for a detailed itinerary.

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