Photography workshop in Fuerteventura – Day 2

Day 2 – Dunes, Betancuria, Antigua and night-time photography

 

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The countryside around Betancuria is packed with molinos and molinas (in Spain windmills have genders!). Obviously Molinos are larger and Molinas smaller, we couldn’t really tell the difference.

 

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Our next step was Mirador Morro Veloso. You just can’t miss this spot, at about 650m above sea-level and it oversees the valley underneath which makes it a great spot for some unique photography. The two large statues represent the first two aboriginal kings of Fuerteventura, called “Los Guanches”.

 

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In Betancuria (the old capital of the Island) we visited a 17th Century church and found great colours for stunning group pictures.

 

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Our final stop for the day was the old town of Antigua where we could visit another stunning colonial church.

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Just a quick shower and a quick bite and we’re already back on the track heading again to the much looked forward to night-time photography session at the Mirador Morro Veloso. These are some of our favourite shots of the session:

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FIND FLIGHTS

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Night group

 

Day 3 – Diving, lunch at the Coco Beach Hotel and Sunset photography

 

FIND FLIGHTS TO FUERTEVENTURA

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