One of the most fascinating aspects of landscape photography to me is the fact that a single scene or motive has many different faces, depending on light, season, and other circumstances. I think that this picture would work in no other condition; it requires the snow and a grey sky to underline the minimalist character of the leafless bushes. I love these unspectacular, “pure”, images. There is not much to be seen, and this is the point. It is a scene that one would walk by 99 out of 100 times. Nature doesn’t always offer us fantastic views, fascinating light, or spectacular clouds, and getting across this feeling of emptiness and “normalcy” in an image presents a challenge that I like taking.
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