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Women in Photography: Photography Walk

When:

Sat 5 Dec 2020, 1:00pm–3:00pm

Where: Wintergarden Pavilion, Kiosk Rd, Grafton, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Photography walk: $25.00
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Led by Lesley Whyte, we invite you to join a small group of supportive women to practise your photography on this photography walk.

Suitable for all levels of photography expertise (beginners are always welcome), come join fellow female photographers on a two-hour photography walk.

These walks are designed to connect with your fellow photography buddies and are a chance for you to come together to practise and learn some photography skills as there is some hands on help from Lesley.

The end of the two hours, is not the end of your engagement as we invite you to become a member of the Women in Photography alumni Facebook community, a place where you can share your photos, ask questions and meet online.

Come join this walk and meet up with like-minded women, boost your photography and grow as we explore photography together.

On this walk, we explore Auckland’s Domain and the outer gardens and Wintergardens structure. NOTE: Wintergarden’s Victorian glass houses and fernery are closed for renovations; the focus of the photography walk will be on the flowers in the outer garden and architecture.

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