We have exciting news!
Because of the expressed interest in the Duchess Sanctuary field trip (15 of us at this point) I spoke with the manager and we came up with an even better opportunity than was initially presented. We hope you like it!
Saturday, June 10 – afternoon – sunset shoot
Sunday, June 11 – sunrise – morning shoot
Experience: Exclusive access by EPS members. ”We have two herds that we photograph, each in their own pastures, so I take the group out to whichever herd and stay out there with them, photographers are free to roam the entire pasture, usually about 100 acres. Then we move as a group to the other field if desired. We’ve opened a gate and moved the herd from one field to another in past sessions, to get more action shots.”
Cost – Photography & Philanthropy: $100.00/person ( a savings of $25.00/person) covers both shoots – session fees help with the lifetime care costs for the 190 horses and 5 donkeys who live at the sanctuary. As a 501c3 charitable organization a donation receipt will be made available to you for tax purposes.
When I sent out the original notice I was in the process of negotiating this event with the Sanctuary. I realize that having the price made available to you may change some of your minds. I know this is early, but we want to make sure we have enough committed members to have our Private experience.
To the best of your ability are you committed to participate in the Duchess Sanctuary Field Trip?
Only those who can say YES need respond to firstname.lastname@example.org using “Update – Horses” in the subject line. We need a minimum of 12 people to register for this field trip.
Lodging: Imagine yourself at the end of the day sitting around a campfire with your friends telling stories over a beer or whatever then crawling into you RV, tent, truck or hotel bed with a smile and sweet anticipation of the next morning’s shoot.
We are looking into lodging and camping options for Saturday night and will make that information available to you.
Thank you, Marie for your assistance with this field trip.
For more information about Duchess Sanctuary and The Fund For Animals go to: