Landscape photographers have their favourite places. However for many people these are the same places. Places where nature has arranged the scenery in a particular way that satisfies our soul. Compositions just jump out at you. It is hard to take a bad photo there. Should we ignore them because everyone has been there before you and probably done a better job than you can?
In Scotland these places include Rannoch Moor, Buachaille Etive Mor and the Quiraing. Camera club judges groan when they see yet another...
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