While photographing equestrian competition requires precision of timing to catch peak action time after time, landscape photography has a whole different set of requirements. When I approach a landscape, I stop often to wait for the scene to speak to me. It's a fluid process: I often discover that the first thing that catches my eye is only a bread crumb trail to the true essence of the scene. An approaching sunset may have me dashing up a hill to be in the right place at the right time, or hopping from one rock to another to find the perfect composition, but long exposures allow me a meditative state, contemplating how I will frame the next image. I enjoy the "small" landscapes of intimate creeks as much as I do the grand vistas of jagged mountains.
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