My photo of Pacific Yew bark on the cover of Science magazine.
June 21st only
Join Don Paulson and a small group of photo enthusiasts to explore Kitsap Peninsula with an eye on some of the best photo locations on the peninsula. This tour is hosted by Kitsap Tours. Don will be the guest photo instructor for the June 21st tour. All the details can be found on the Kitsap Tours website. Use Promotional Code of “Don” when signing up and receive a 20% discount. You can use this Promotional Code for ANY summer Photo Safari to get a 20% discount.
A Photo Tour with Don Paulson through Dolphin Charters (Full)
July 14 to July 20, 2011 Starting/Ending in Hoonah
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, you will be surrounded by the spires, crags, and glaciated peaks of the Fairweather Range. Extensive glaciers reach the sea where huge blocks of ice, some 200 feet tall, break off and fall into the water. Twelve such tidewater glaciers exist in the park, and you will have time to explore several of them. While we explore the Park broadly, we regularly go ashore to experience and photograph the intricacies and subtleties that compose this grand design – right at peak wildflower season.
A Photo Tour with Don Paulson and Emerald Isle Sailing Charters
May 1 to May 7, 2011 (beginning & ending on Orcas Island)
Join Don Paulson and Emerald Isle Charters for an unforgettable photographic adventure. Based aboard the Na’walak, a beautiful 54-foot pilothouse ketch, you will experience and photograph the unique beauty and sunny weather of Washington’s San Juan Islands. The alluring charm of this archipelago is expressed both in its natural landscapes, and its diverse wildlife. Grass and moss carpeted hillsides give way to graceful madronas and sculpted firs. This trip is coincides with the peak wildflower bloom that fill the meadows. A variety of trails provide great opportunities for discovery. A sunny overlook, a hidden cove, a quaint one-room school house, or an abandoned lighthouse are among the myriad treasures to be found.