I  AM       

THE STORY

   YOU'LL TELL

FOR YEARS AND YEARS

Step across the threshold into the ancient Mayan culture

Photograph. Goodwill. Friendships

Adventure

Become truly alive.

Beginning October 30 for ten days we'll explore an ancient kite festival and travel to what Aldous Huxley described as the “most beautiful lake in the world”, Lake Atitlán.

We'll photograph and spread kindness. 

 Our Photo Trip Vacations offer a casual structure of discussions and inspiration without tedious classroom lectures.

Info@borkgrenphoto.net

Who Should Come? Those who are flexible minded and curious. Bring any camera or a phone. 

Prerequisite? Spontaneity and a cooperative heart

We align ourselves with  lovely local hotels and Guatemalan people to support the environment and the communities that we visit. You'll fall in love with the hotels from that which provides mountain views to waking up to the waves of the lake smacking the shoreline.  

Price- $2800 for 10 days and 9 nights

If you haven't heard of All Saint's Day check out the slide show below to get an idea of this festival that we will be visiting. 

This slideshow is from a previous trip to the Kite Ceremony that we will visit on the 2018 fall trip. 

 You'll learn how to create travel and storytelling photography that is beyond the ordinary. Each day we embark on an excursion to beautifully dramatic locations to photograph against unique backdrops of the indigenous Mayan culture and landscapes.  There are 21 Mayan languages and in the lake area there are 400 species of birds).We are adding a fascinating day of bird-watching option this Guatemala trip. 

Imagine hanging out with people from an ancient Mayan culture, photographing colorful handmade kites that span two-stories high and in contrast waking up to the gentle waves of  a volcanic lake. You'll become a better photographer, storyteller and your own life will be forever touched by those we meet. 

 

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  Photo by S.Borkgren  Messengers of the wind, Guatemalans say kites flying in the wind communicate to those who have died that they are remembered.

Photo by S.Borkgren Messengers of the wind, Guatemalans say kites flying in the wind communicate to those who have died that they are remembered.

 Sherrlyn and Antonia in Guatemala with an avocado and tangerines.

Sherrlyn and Antonia in Guatemala with an avocado and tangerines.