Whilst photographing the imposing Mount Shuksan, Trevor Anderson ponders the influence of randomness in creating unique landscape images
When doing photography I am often confronted with a chain of random events that seem to lead me to some of my favorite compositions. The series of coincidences that happen seem almost strangely connected. There are several instances where random changes in weather force me to move to a different spot that allows me to see something that I would not have seen had I stayed put. Of course, there are contrary instances where my reactions to these changes yield less than favorable results. In any event, it seems that …
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