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Thanks for putting your name on my list of readers interested in our upcoming photography expedition in Rome.  We have just FIVE seats left.  And here’s another reason I think you should join us on this trip… Flavored ice dates back to the Roman Emporer Nero, who had enormous chunks of ice brought down from the mountains in the summer months (he had a few slaves to do his bidding, no doubt). The blocks of ice were crushed and then topped with fruit and syrup for a refreshing treat. In the sixteenth century, a Florentine cook is said to have invented modern gelato (Italian ice cream), as he presented his recipes and innovative refrigeration techniques (plunging the containers into icy brine) to Catherine de’ Medici, the Italian-born wife of French King Henry 11th. Street vendors later sold gelato and ices that were presented in tiny glass goblets. The customer bought a little scoop for a penny.  Ate it directly from the goblet without a spoon or stick.  And the vendor “recycled” the goblet for the next customer. The little scoops of frozen goodness were called “hokey pokey”. During our Rome Photography Expedition this September, I’ll make sure there’s time to enjoy the gastronomic delights of the city including the famous gelato and frozen ice. (After all, one must have nourishment <wink>.) But, as the lyrics to the Hokey Pokey suggest, we have a chance to put our whole self in on this trip! On our first afternoon in Rome, Rich Wagner, a professional photographer and the senior advisor to our Turn Your Pictures into Cash program, will walk us through the basics.  He’ll show us how to manipulate our cameras to turn an average vacation snapshot into a photo worthy of wall space and a magazine cover. Then, we’ll wander over to the Pantheon to practice what we’ve learned. If there’s anything that embodies the glory of the Roman Empire, it’s this building. And as we explore the Pantheon, you’ll be able to practice what Rich has taught you about how to digitally capture grand buildings, inside and out, and how to get great pictures even when there are many people around. Then we’ll do as the Romans do and have a drink together at a quaint café to discuss our photos and challenges of the day. One of the many things our past workshop participants love about these trips is the review sessions with the instructor. “He is warm and funny…and he critiques your photos in a way that encourages you to learn more each time you go out shooting, so you go out shooting more often to learn more!” said past participant Mindy C. I would encourage you to hurry and reserve your spot on this trip of a lifetime.  We have just five seats left and I’m hoping to fill them this week. I’d love to meet you there. [Editor’s Note: Learn more about how you can turn your pictures into cash in our free online newsletter The Right Way to Travel.  Sign up here today and we’ll send you a new report, Selling Photos for Cash: A Quick-Start Guide, completely FREE.]

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