Chaos – when the present determines the future, but the approximate present does not approximately determine the future.
The chaos theory is a field of study with applications in several disciplines studying the behaviour of dynamic systems. In nature the idea of chaos is not new, “a butterfly flaps it’s wings in the Amazon and the weather systems of the world are affected”, or something like that🙂 Although the idea of chaos in nature appears to be esoteric and unlikely, it can demonstrated very simply – for example, a ball placed at the top of a hill may roll into any of several valleys below depending on, amongst other things, slight differences in the initial position.
Combining landscape photography with the concept of abstracts and chaos, this experience is designed to make you look at subjects in isolation to their surroundings whilst at the same time appreciating the relationships and connections to “the bigger picture”.
This is a 4 hour experience and best taken in the morning sun, around 10.00 hrs, but subject to seasonal variations. During this experience, you will learn;
- How to analyse patterns in nature in relation to “formal” compositional rules
- To view the landscape in ways you hadn’t perhaps considered before
- Using colour, form, texture and shadow as compositional elements.
The cost of this route based on a group of four is €30 per person, for a couple the price is €55 per person. We are happy to take individuals but you must appreciate then the price has to increase accordingly.
Complimentary transport to / from San José to these locations can be provided as a courtesy but it does NOT form part of the experience and as so, wouldn’t be covered by our normal insurances. By accepting our offer of complimentary transport, you are accepting liability for ALL risks during transportation.
Places are limited so it is strictly subject to availability and on a first come first served basis. So don’t delay, book today!
If you have a particular disability or a medical condition that may affect your mobility, please mention this at the time of making your booking enquiry. Please note also that some locations have seasonal restrictions and we must be respectful of these and show respect and consideration for the environment at all times.
Please refer to our FAQs page for details on what to wear, the weather, etc…