2023 – Puffins of the Arctic Circle Photography Holiday

A lone puffin gazes out to sea from one of the rocky outcrops on Grimsey Island the location for the NaturesLens Puffins of the Arctic Circle photography holiday
Imagine Skomer, but without the steps that you have to climb, without shared accommodation, with the addition of the midnight sun so stunning shots should be in the bag & with hospitality on a tiny island which is about the same size as Skomer – that is what our new Puffins of the Arctic Circle photography holiday offers you.
After a flight to Reykjavik & then onwards to Akureyri, the group will assemble in Akureyri & stay in a hotel in the town for the night.
The following day will see you transfer to Grímsey Island, where your adventure really begins. Lying 25 miles (40 km) north of “mainland” Iceland in the immense & turbulent North Atlantic, Grímsey Island attracts vast numbers of seabirds to nest on its cliffs – including tens of thousands of highly photogenic Atlantic puffins. Though the island is packed with birds, the tourists are few, & tourist facilities are scarce.
Grímsey Island is the northernmost populated Icelandic territory, just 5 square kilometres with around sixty residents & is located on the Arctic Circle. The North Atlantic current brings some warmth from the Gulf of Mexico, promoting a surprisingly mild climate despite its northern position.
Join NaturesLens to capture images of Puffins of the Arctic Circle, in Iceland, during the Puffins of the Arctic Circle photography holiday. This photography holiday is of 7 night/8 day duration on a Full Board, Non-Shared basis & costs £2499 per participant.
Atlantic Puffins are easily photographed at many locations almost any time of day. Fulmars, Guillemots, Razorbills & Kittiwakes nest on these same cliffs. There is a colony of Arctic Terns directly outside our guest house. Guillemots nest & fish in the lovely harbour & Red-necked Phalaropes dart around the village pond. Likewise vying for your photographic attention are the nesting Oystercatchers, Sandpipers, Plovers, Wagtails, Wheatears & Buntings, which are all widely distributed across the island.
As shown above, there is also a charming lighthouse & church, distant snow-covered mountain backdrops, & a small number of photogenic Icelandic horses. Hiking around Grímsey Island only takes around an hour & there are plenty of exciting views to photograph.
Soaring cliffs surround Grímsey Island & the southwest side features magnificent basalt columns. The vegetation is abundant & consists of marshland, grass & moss. Thousands of seabirds live on the island, such as white wagtails, snow buntings, kittiwakes, razorbills, guillemots, & an abundance of puffins & terns. Seals & whales may also be found in the vicinity.
Grímsey Island has become widely regarded as one of the best places in Iceland to photograph puffins & one of the very best places in the world to photograph puffins in flight.
The property in which we will be staying on Grímsey is ideally located close to the bird cliffs. It is clean, simple & guests will have their room to themselves. Basing the workshop on the island for six days & 5 nights will give participants the freedom & flexibility to photograph wherever, whenever, & whatever they choose during the 22 hours of daylight that will be available each day.
We have arranged to take the whole house for our group & we have planned our trip to coincide with the Atlantic puffin nesting cycle.
Grímsey Island is the only place in Iceland located on the Arctic Circle. The seascapes, including an array of wildflowers, are fabulous & the dramatic Arctic light makes for some superb, creative photography.
Grímsey Island offers excellent scenery for photographing, & standing at the 66th parallel, enjoying the benefits provided by the light & hues of the Midnight Sun is an experience that any serious photographer should not miss.
We are pleased to invite you to join NaturesLens for this brand new seven-night trip, which Dan will lead for us; Dan is both a great photographer & a superb guide – we cannot think of a better person to be leading our inaugural visit to photograph the Puffins of the Arctic Circle in 2022, he has also committed to leading the 2023 trip ensuring continuity for coming years.
Places are limited as we only have a maximum of seven rooms available in the house; this holiday is to be conducted on a full-board basis, with breakfast at the house, lunch in the town & evening meal in the island’s only restaurant. We do not include snacks or drinks, nor are any flights included; these will need to be booked nearer the time with a flight from your home location to Reykjavik, then a flight from Reykjavik to Akureyri & finally, a quick hop on a flight to Grímsey Island itself. Accommodation includes one night in Akureyri, five nights on Grímsey Island, then a final night in Akureyri.
Photographable Species: Auk, Black Guillemot, Black Murre, Brunnich's Guillemot, Common Murre, Northern Wheatear, Razorbill, Red-Necked Phalarope, Thick-billed Murre, White Wagtail, atlantic puffin, black-legged kittiwake, common guillemot, northern fulmar, snow bunting
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A lone puffin amongst the grasslands of Grimsey Island the location for the NaturesLens Puffins of the Arctic Circle photography holiday

2022 – Puffins of the Arctic Circle Photography Holiday

A lone puffin gazes out to sea from one of the rocky outcrops on Grimsey Island the location for the NaturesLens Puffins of the Arctic Circle photography holiday
Imagine Skomer, but without the steps that you have to climb, without shared accommodation, with the addition of the midnight sun so stunning shots should be in the bag & with hospitality on a tiny island which is about the same size as Skomer – that is what our new Puffins of the Arctic Circle photography holiday offers you.
After a flight to Reykjavik & then onwards to Akureyri, the group will assemble in Akureyri & stay in a hotel in the town for the night.
The following day will see you transfer to Grímsey Island, where your adventure really begins. Lying 25 miles (40 km) north of “mainland” Iceland in the immense & turbulent North Atlantic, Grímsey Island attracts vast numbers of seabirds to nest on its cliffs – including tens of thousands of highly photogenic Atlantic puffins. Though the island is packed with birds, the tourists are few, & tourist facilities are scarce.
Grímsey Island is the northernmost populated Icelandic territory, just 5 square kilometres with around sixty residents & is located on the Arctic Circle. The North Atlantic current brings some warmth from the Gulf of Mexico, promoting a surprisingly mild climate despite its northern position.
Join NaturesLens to capture images of Puffins of the Arctic Circle, in Iceland, during the Puffins of the Arctic Circle photography holiday. This photography holiday is of 7 night/8 day duration on a Full Board, Non-Shared basis & costs £2249 per participant.
Atlantic Puffins are easily photographed at many locations almost any time of day. Fulmars, Guillemots, Razorbills & Kittiwakes nest on these same cliffs. There is a colony of Arctic Terns directly outside our guest house. Guillemots nest & fish in the lovely harbour & Red-necked Phalaropes dart around the village pond. Likewise vying for your photographic attention are the nesting Oystercatchers, Sandpipers, Plovers, Wagtails, Wheatears & Buntings, which are all widely distributed across the island.
As shown above, there is also a charming lighthouse & church, distant snow-covered mountain backdrops, & a small number of photogenic Icelandic horses. Hiking around Grímsey Island only takes around an hour & there are plenty of exciting views to photograph.
Soaring cliffs surround Grímsey Island & the southwest side features magnificent basalt columns. The vegetation is abundant & consists of marshland, grass & moss. Thousands of seabirds live on the island, such as white wagtails, snow buntings, kittiwakes, razorbills, guillemots, & an abundance of puffins & terns. Seals & whales may also be found in the vicinity.
Grímsey Island has become widely regarded as one of the best places in Iceland to photograph puffins & one of the very best places in the world to photograph puffins in flight.
The property in which we will be staying on Grímsey is ideally located close to the bird cliffs. It is clean, simple & guests will have their room to themselves. Basing the workshop on the island for six days & 5 nights will give participants the freedom & flexibility to photograph wherever, whenever, & whatever they choose during the 22 hours of daylight that will be available each day.
We have arranged to take the whole house for our group & we have planned our trip to coincide with the Atlantic puffin nesting cycle.
Grímsey Island is the only place in Iceland located on the Arctic Circle. The seascapes, including an array of wildflowers, are fabulous & the dramatic Arctic light makes for some superb, creative photography.
Grímsey Island offers excellent scenery for photographing, & standing at the 66th parallel, enjoying the benefits provided by the light & hues of the Midnight Sun is an experience that any serious photographer should not miss.
We are pleased to invite you to join NaturesLens for this brand new seven-night trip, which Dan will lead for us; Dan is both a great photographer & a superb guide – we cannot think of a better person to be leading our inaugural visit to photograph the Puffins of the Arctic Circle in 2022, he has also committed to leading the 2023 trip ensuring continuity for coming years.
Places are limited as we only have a maximum of seven rooms available in the house; this holiday is to be conducted on a full-board basis, with breakfast at the house, lunch in the town & evening meal in the island’s only restaurant. We do not include snacks or drinks, nor are any flights included; these will need to be booked nearer the time with a flight from your home location to Reykjavik, then a flight from Reykjavik to Akureyri & finally, a quick hop on a flight to Grímsey Island itself. Accommodation includes one night in Akureyri, five nights on Grímsey Island, then a final night in Akureyri.
Photographable Species: Auk, Black Guillemot, Black Murre, Brunnich's Guillemot, Common Murre, Northern Wheatear, Razorbill, Red-Necked Phalarope, Thick-billed Murre, White Wagtail, atlantic puffin, black-legged kittiwake, common guillemot, northern fulmar, snow bunting
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A lone puffin amongst the grasslands of Grimsey Island the location for the NaturesLens Puffins of the Arctic Circle photography holiday

2022 – Welsh Puffins of Skomer Island Photography Holiday

An Atlantic Puffin Silhouetted On One Of The Headlands   Photographed During The NaturesLens Welsh Puffins Of Skomer Island WIldlife Photograhpy Holiday
Join Robin on wild Skomer, photographing the ‘clowns of the sea’; atlantic puffins, as they thrive within their unspoilt island habitat. We offer keen wildlife photographers the chance to spend 3 nights on the island, making the most of the scenic backdrop & varied light conditions that the island offers.
Over 3 days you will be led by Robin Lowry a member of the NaturesLens guiding team, navigating the island & using the best viewpoints to capture stunning images to add to your portfolio.
Join NaturesLens to capture images of comical Atlantic puffin, in United Kingdom, during the Welsh Puffins of Skomer Island photography holiday. This photography holiday is of 3 night/4 day duration on a Half Board, Shared basis & costs £599 per participant.
Join Robin on a remote wildlife adventure, getting up close to the atlantic puffin on the wild & unspoilt island of Skomer, where their population thrives. These special birds are considered by many to be a national treasure. Their behaviour & characteristics are hugely inspiring to photograph, such as their short wings that they use to dip & dive underwater, ‘flying’ to catch fish. The large population of puffins has been able to flourish here thanks to minimal disruption of the island environment by humans, as well as the lack of threat from native predators.
For the past 8 years, NaturesLens has been taking photographers to Skomer Island; we have perfected this trip to give individuals the best possible exposure to these island birds, spending hours navigating the few paths which exist on Skomer to capture stunning images of the puffins surrounded by dramatic cliffs & crashing waves. Staying overnight gives you the opportunity to photograph these birds in a wide variety of lighting conditions, & your photography will also benefit from the calm that falls when the day-trippers leave the island. This unrivalled access to the island environment provides opportunities to experiment with light & be more creative with your photography, as well as witness late night visits from Manx Shearwaters.
The island environment & surrounding coastline is home to a wide range of species other than puffins, including razorbills, guillemots, all of whom make their home in the cliffs & headlands which border the island. These contrast with the more sheltered inlets that border the island, which is home to seals & other mammal populations. You will have extensive opportunities to witness these additional species within their rugged & unspoilt island home, whilst maintaining the puffins as the focus of photography excursions.
This trip gives individuals the chance to experience ‘off the grid’ living; to really escape from the modern world, relax, & become immersed within this unique & remote environment.
Spaces are limited so book early to avoid disappointment!
Photographable Species: atlantic puffin, little owl, short-eared owl
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An Atlantic Puffin Emerges From The Darkness   Photographed During The NaturesLens Welsh Puffins Of Skomer Island WIldlife Photograhpy Holiday

2022 – Atlantic Puffins of Skomer Photography Holiday

An Atlantic Puffin With A Beak Full Of Sand Eels   Photographed During The NaturesLens Atlantic Puffins Of Skomer Island Photography Holiday
Join Robin on wild Skomer, photographing the ‘clowns of the sea’; puffins, as they thrive within their unspoilt island habitat. We offer amateur & semi-professional photographers the chance to stay overnight on the island, spending mornings, afternoons & evenings within the landscape, making the most of the scenic backdrop & varied light conditions that the island offers.
During this trip of 4 nights duration, you will be led by Robin, navigating the island & using prime viewpoints to capture stunning imagery to add to your portfolio.
Join NaturesLens to capture images of comical Atlantic puffin, in United Kingdom, during the Atlantic Puffins of Skomer photography holiday. This photography holiday is of 4 night/5 day duration on a Half Board, Shared basis & costs £799 per participant.
For the past 8 years, NaturesLens has been taking photographers to Skomer Island; in 2019, join Robin on a remote wildlife adventure, getting up close to puffins on the unspoilt island of Skomer, where their population thrives. These special birds are considered by many to be a national treasure. Their behaviour & characteristics are hugely exciting to photograph, such as their short wings that they use to dip & dive underwater, ‘flying’ to catch fish. The large population of puffins has been able to flourish here thanks to minimal disruption of the island environment by humans, as well as the lack of threat from native predators.
We have refined this trip to give individuals the best possible exposure to these island birds, spending hours navigating the few paths which exist on Skomer to capture impressive images of the puffins surrounded by dramatic cliffs & crashing waves. Staying overnight gives you the opportunity to photograph these birds in a wide variety of lighting conditions, & your photography will also benefit from the calm that falls when the day-trippers leave the island. This unrivalled access to the island environment provides opportunities to experiment with light & be more creative with your photography, as well as witness late night visits from Manx Shearwaters.
The island environment & surrounding coastline are home to a wide range of species other than puffins, including razorbills, guillemots; who make their home in the cliffs & headlands which border the island. These contrast with the more sheltered inlets that border the island, which is home to seals & other mammal populations. You will have extensive opportunities to witness these additional species within their rugged & unspoilt island home, whilst maintaining the puffins as the focus of photography excursions.
We have taken care to make things as simple for you as possible to ensure you enjoy the trip. Therefore we organise the boat to & from the island, plus breakfast & dinner are provided. This trip gives individuals the chance to experience ‘off the grid’ living; to really escape, relax, & become immersed in this unique & remote environment.
Spaces are limited so book early to avoid disappointment!
Photographable Species: atlantic puffin, little owl, short-eared owl
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An Atlantic Puffin Emerges From The Darkness   Photographed During The NaturesLens Atlantic Puffins Of Skomer Island Photography Holiday

2022 – Comical Puffins of Skomer Island Photography Holiday

An Atlantic Puffin Silhouetted On One Of The Headlands   Photographed During The NaturesLens Welsh Puffins Of Skomer Island WIldlife Photograhpy Holiday
Join Ian on wild Skomer, photographing the ‘clowns of the sea’; atlantic puffins, as they thrive within their unspoilt island habitat. We offer keen wildlife photographers the chance to spend 3 nights on the island, making the most of the scenic backdrop & varied light conditions that the island offers.
Over 3 days you will be led by Ian Roberts a member of the NaturesLens guiding team, navigating the island & using the best viewpoints to capture stunning images to add to your portfolio.
Join NaturesLens to capture images of comical Atlantic puffin, in United Kingdom, during the Comical Puffins of Skomer Island photography holiday. This photography holiday is of 3 night/4 day duration on a Half Board, Shared basis & costs £599 per participant.
Join Ian on a remote wildlife adventure, getting up close to the atlantic puffin on the wild & unspoilt island of Skomer, where their population thrives. These special birds are considered by many to be a national treasure. Their behaviour & characteristics are hugely inspiring to photograph, such as their short wings that they use to dip & dive underwater, ‘flying’ to catch fish. The large population of puffins has been able to flourish here thanks to minimal disruption of the island environment by humans, as well as the lack of threat from native predators.
For the past 8 years, NaturesLens has been taking photographers to Skomer Island; we have perfected this trip to give individuals the best possible exposure to these island birds, spending hours navigating the few paths which exist on Skomer to capture stunning images of the puffins surrounded by dramatic cliffs & crashing waves. Staying overnight gives you the opportunity to photograph these birds in a wide variety of lighting conditions, & your photography will also benefit from the calm that falls when the day-trippers leave the island. This unrivalled access to the island environment provides opportunities to experiment with light & be more creative with your photography, as well as witness late night visits from Manx Shearwaters.
The island environment & surrounding coastline is home to a wide range of species other than puffins, including razorbills, guillemots, all of whom make their home in the cliffs & headlands which border the island. These contrast with the more sheltered inlets that border the island, which is home to seals & other mammal populations. You will have extensive opportunities to witness these additional species within their rugged & unspoilt island home, whilst maintaining the puffins as the focus of photography excursions.
This trip gives individuals the chance to experience ‘off the grid’ living; to really escape from the modern world, relax, & become immersed within this unique & remote environment.
Spaces are limited so book early to avoid disappointment!
Photographable Species: atlantic puffin, little owl, short-eared owl
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An Atlantic Puffin Emerges From The Darkness   Photographed During The NaturesLens Welsh Puffins Of Skomer Island WIldlife Photograhpy Holiday

2021 – Atlantic Puffins of Skomer Photography Holiday

An Atlantic Puffin With A Beak Full Of Sand Eels   Photographed During The NaturesLens Atlantic Puffins Of Skomer Island Photography Holiday
Join Robin on wild Skomer, photographing the ‘clowns of the sea’; puffins, as they thrive within their unspoilt island habitat. We offer amateur & semi-professional photographers the chance to stay overnight on the island, spending mornings, afternoons & evenings within the landscape, making the most of the scenic backdrop & varied light conditions that the island offers.
During this trip of 4 nights duration, you will be led by Robin, navigating the island & using prime viewpoints to capture stunning imagery to add to your portfolio.
Join NaturesLens to capture images of comical Atlantic puffin, in United Kingdom, during the Atlantic Puffins of Skomer photography holiday. This photography holiday is of 4 night/5 day duration on a Half Board, Shared basis & costs £699 per participant.
For the past 8 years, NaturesLens has been taking photographers to Skomer Island; in 2019, join Robin on a remote wildlife adventure, getting up close to puffins on the unspoilt island of Skomer, where their population thrives. These special birds are considered by many to be a national treasure. Their behaviour & characteristics are hugely exciting to photograph, such as their short wings that they use to dip & dive underwater, ‘flying’ to catch fish. The large population of puffins has been able to flourish here thanks to minimal disruption of the island environment by humans, as well as the lack of threat from native predators.
We have refined this trip to give individuals the best possible exposure to these island birds, spending hours navigating the few paths which exist on Skomer to capture impressive images of the puffins surrounded by dramatic cliffs & crashing waves. Staying overnight gives you the opportunity to photograph these birds in a wide variety of lighting conditions, & your photography will also benefit from the calm that falls when the day-trippers leave the island. This unrivalled access to the island environment provides opportunities to experiment with light & be more creative with your photography, as well as witness late night visits from Manx Shearwaters.
The island environment & surrounding coastline are home to a wide range of species other than puffins, including razorbills, guillemots; who make their home in the cliffs & headlands which border the island. These contrast with the more sheltered inlets that border the island, which is home to seals & other mammal populations. You will have extensive opportunities to witness these additional species within their rugged & unspoilt island home, whilst maintaining the puffins as the focus of photography excursions.
We have taken care to make things as simple for you as possible to ensure you enjoy the trip. Therefore we organise the boat to & from the island, plus breakfast & dinner are provided. This trip gives individuals the chance to experience ‘off the grid’ living; to really escape, relax, & become immersed in this unique & remote environment.
Spaces are limited so book early to avoid disappointment!
Photographable Species: atlantic puffin, little owl, short-eared owl
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An Atlantic Puffin Emerges From The Darkness   Photographed During The NaturesLens Atlantic Puffins Of Skomer Island Photography Holiday

2023 – Atlantic Puffins of Shetland’s Fair-Isle Photography Holiday

Example of the type of image that you will have opportunities to capture during the NaturesLens Atlantic Puffins of Shetlands Fair isle Photography Holiday
NaturesLens invites amateur & semi-professional wildlife photographers to join Robin, our photography guide, on a 5 night adventure to Fair Isle, Shetland, exploring the remote wilderness of this far-north Scottish island; photographing it’s fascinating bird residents, including of course, the comical Puffins of Shetland.
The island offers stunning backdrops of craggy cliffs, crashing waves & windswept grasses, providing the perfect setting for truly mesmerising images to be captured. Spaces are restricted due to the nature of the trip & for the optimum enjoyment of each guest, so booking early is essential.
Join NaturesLens to capture images of comical Atlantic puffin, in United Kingdom, during the Atlantic Puffins of Shetland’s Fair-Isle photography holiday. This photography holiday is of 5 night/6 day duration on a Full Board, Non-Shared basis & costs £1499 per participant.
Join NaturesLens on a journey to the remote region of Shetland in northern Scotland, to spend 5 night on Fair Isle to capture magnificent images of native wildlife & impressive landscapes. The focus species of this trip is the atlantic puffin, & you will have abundant opportunities to observe & photograph the puffins of Shetland as they thrive in their unspoilt island habitat.
Once home to Viking Warlords, the island of Fair Isle is now dominated by its wildlife population rather than its mere 70 inhabitants. This trip offers unrivalled access to an outstanding population of seabirds which live on the tiny island, & the isle’s status as an internationally renowned bird observatory gives an indication of the potential quality of wildlife opportunities. This trip is unique in that it is designed & led by photographers, for photographers, allowing us to work with you, ensuring that you obtain incredible images to treasure for years to come.
Fair Isle offers hugely varied conditions for photography, as the nature of fast-changing island weather means that in summer you could find yourself bathing in sunshine one moment, & shrouded in fog the next. Over the 5 nights, your images will benefit from varied lighting & weather conditions, with photography sessions covering dawn through to dusk. We have designed a flexible itinerary to allow photography of other native wildlife as well as landscape shots, giving photographers the chance to explore the island & make the trip their own.
Your NaturesLens guides will provide advice on composition, technique & species behaviour to enable you to achieve the best possible images, making the most of this rich & dramatic environment & the bustling activity of its residents. Fair Isle offers a unique opportunity to experience an environment truly ruled by the Puffins of Shetland, & group sizes must be kept small so book early to avoid missing out!
Photographable Species: arctic skua, atlantic puffin, fulmar, great skua
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Example Of The Type Of Image That You May Have Opportunities To Capture During The NaturesLens Atlantic Puffins Of Shetland Photography Holiday
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