Photography WorkTour: Northern Italy 2018

October 2018

Join me for a very special workshop with a small, private group exploring and photographing my favourite places in Italy. From the vineyards of Barolo and the Langhe to the sparkling Ligurian Sea and quaint villages of the Cinque Terre, this adventure offers something for everyone—both photographers and non-photographers alike.

Space is extremely limited and sells out fast. Register before 1 December, 2017 for a 10& discount!

Get all the details and book online here

New Travel Photograph: Metropol Parasol

Metropol Parasol: Fine Art Travel Photography by Nat Coalson

In the Spring of 2014, I led a private photo tour with clients in southern Spain, mainly Andalusia and Catalunya.

We began the trip in Seville – an incredibly beautiful, historic and photogenic city.

This image features the Metropol Parasol, which you can walk around the top of. The scale of the structure is evident by the people at bottom left, whom appear tiny in comparison.

Fine art prints are available. Click the image or click here for a larger preview and online ordering.

New Photograph: Apricale Stroll

Travel Photograph: Apricale Stroll by Nat Coalson

In September 2014 we led another private photo tour around Piedmont and Liguria in northern Italy. It was a spectacular trip!

In this image, a couple is silhouetted against the reflected morning light within the ancient stone alleyways in Apricale, Italy.

Fine art prints available, click the image for details and online ordering.

New Nature Photograph: Black Bamboo Forest

Nature Photograph: Black Bamboo Forest by Nat Coalson

In this fine art nature photograph, bamboo stalks stand in stark silhouette against a shallow pond covered in bright green lily pads and water plants.

I made this image in Zizhuyuan Park (or Black Bamboo Park, formerly known as Purple Bamboo Park) in the heart of the Haidan District of Beijing, China.

Fine art prints of this photograph are available in any size and on any material.

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New Scenic Travel Photograph: Ronda y Puente Nuevo

Scenic Travel Photograph: Ronda y Puente Nuevo by Nat Coalson

I made this scenic travel photograph at sunset in the village of Ronda, province of Malaga, Spain, during a two-week private photo tour with a client.

People have lived in the area around Ronda since prehistoric times. The town itself was founded by early Celts in the 6th century BC. The current town is of Roman origin and in the 2nd century BC received the title of city from Julius Caesar. Many centuries later, Ronda was conquered by the Islamic Berbers and served as the capital of a small kingdom. Islamic domination of Ronda came to an end in 1485 when the city was conquered by the Marquis of Cádiz.

Ronda was heavily affected by the Napoleonic Wars and the Spanish Civil War. Ernest Hemingway is believed to have modeled a story in ‘For Whom the Bell Tolls’ after events that occurred in Ronda.

The Puente Nuevo (‘New Bridge’) is one of three bridges that span El Tajo gorge, the deep canyon dividing the town. Building the bridge started in 1751 and was completed in 1793. It towers 120 meters (390 ft) above the canyon floor. The chamber beneath the central arch has been used for a variety of purposes, including a prison. During the 1936-1939 civil war both sides allegedly used the prison as a torture chamber for captured opponents, killing some by throwing them from the windows to the rocks at the bottom of the gorge.

Fine art prints of this photograph are available. You may purchase online or contact us for a custom quote.

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