The natural world is a tease.
"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better." -- Albert Einstein
Turn your back, and nature will show off. But just as you get your camera set up, that glorious sunset fizzles.
Try to capture a beautiful wildflower field. Bat off an army of mosquitoes. Then find out later that the little black dots all over your landscape photo weren't spots. Stupid mosquitoes. Scratch away, photographer friend. Scratch away.
But occasionally, nature says, “Okay, you can take my picture. Try to get my good side over here. That mountain just makes me look fat.”
For good karma, I try to capture Mother Nature on her good days. And only include a small subset of the scene to protect her privacy desires. Once in a while, she shows me something frigging awesome. And I have to share it. Because unless you were stalking me, I doubt you got to be in this moment. Join me vicariously.
Clickbait. You won’t find it here. But if you click on a photo, the secrets to life, the universe, and everything will be revealed. Or at least the description, options, sizing, and pricing. That's a lot.