I really don’t like grey skies. They always seem to be so limiting that it almost takes the fun out of shooting. Usually when it happens it’s best to point the camera down as opposed to up. This was one of those times that it was just fun to point the camera wherever. After finishing with the ice shelves I turned around and looked at the landscape. The horizon had a slight glow to it and the tree line was a silhouette. It wasn’t a great shot but it captured the moment. Of course that all changed when Al decided to walk in front of the camera. It still amazes me that such a small change can alter the photograph so much. It is little changes that can make good images become great images. Only by trying new ideas and taking on new challenges can great images emerge.
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