By revisiting a location on different days throughout they year, you develop a sort of intimacy with the landscape. What was once a dull subject could turn into something amazing — all you need is patience.
It's always amazing to see what a bit of sunlight can do to the ordinary.
In the middle of winter, this tree stood out from all the others. While the rest were devoid of any leaves, this one rustled in the cold wind with the sound of the chattering birds.
The Magic Hour, the time of day where the light is just right for your composition. It travels through a larger depth of the atmosphere offering brilliant and dynamic colors. It's name can be misleading though as sometimes it can only last a couple of minutes and create something truly rare.
The sun was not that high in the sky just yet in the morning, but perfectly illuminated the boardwalk along the beach. A 10-stop Neutral Density filter smoothed out the water to create this serene image.
Drapped over the field of heather were many intricate spiderwebs. As the sun came up you could just see the many designs highlighted by the water droplets they collected from the rolling fog.