Look Behind You

While on location and heading to your chosen spot, take time every now and again to look back at the direction you have come from. You never know what you might see from a different angle. Ian Plant has the story

Rock is the very stuff of the earth; its binding material gives it enough heft to enable the amount of gravity that leaves us somewhere comfortably between the extremes of not being able to stand and spinning off into space. This mass also produces intense pressure and heat in the planet’s core, spawning magma that moves the crust of the earth, thrusting ramparts of stone high into the sky.  Water is the most destructive force in nature; over time carving deep canyons, beating down mountains, and reducing even solid granite to dust. Light is...

Read this article, and many more, in High Definition, inside Issue 21 of Landscape Photography Magazine.

LPM Special Offer

Please share this post:

About Author

Avatar

Ian Plant is a full time professional nature photographer, writer, and adventurer. His work has appeared in numerous magazines, books and calendars, and he is a frequent contributor to Popular Photography and Outdoor Photographer magazines, among others.

Leave A Reply

FREE ADVERTISING

Send us your advert and we will promote it in both magazines FREE of charge

We understand how badly COVID-19 will affect all of us. But we also know that this terrible, unprecedented time will eventually pass – and we want to do what we can to support your photo tours business until that time comes.

s2Member®