Learn Insect Photography in the Tropics with BugShot-Belize!
By Alex Wild (http://myrmecos.net/)
I am extremely pleased this morning to announce that our BugShot workshops are expanding to the tropics!
BugShot’s first rainforest photography workshop will be held January 19-26, 2013. I can’t speak for all as I was writing this post.
We’ve chosen Belize for a number of reasons. The local insects are representative of the rich Neotropical fauna, including army ants, orchid bees, peanut bugs, morpho butterflies, and many, many other photogenic denizens of the rainforest. The country is relatively accessible, especially for North Americans. And we have partnered with a charming jungle venue, Caves Branch Lodge, that sits on 50,000 acres of mostly forested private reserve.
For more information and to register: http://bugshot.net/events/