A very import rule in landscape photography is to always look behind you! It doesn’t matter whether I’m shooting an old barn in Vermont or a beautiful sunrise on the coast of Maine. I always take the time to stop what I’m doing and look at what is going on behind me. More times than not, I’ve been presented with a wonderful mixture of light, texture, and color. This time was no exception.
I had gone up to Tinmouth to photograph an old barn that I thought would look pretty nice set against the autumn foliage. Taking a minute to look behind me, I was presented with a much more interesting scene. My eyes were captured by the lines in the field and how they lead my eyes straight to the explosion of color on the ridgeline beyond.
“The camera has always been a guide, and it’s allowed me to see things and focus on things that maybe an average person wouldn’t even notice.”– Don Chadwick
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