"To photograph truthfully and effectively is to see beneath the surfaces and record the qualities of nature and humanity which live or are latent in all things." Ansel Adams
Everywhere I look I see a landscape. Vast expanses dotted with reflected clouds and the magical dance of light and shadow. Landscapes are woven of grass and meadows. Of cows and mist. They are layers of texture of rough-sided barns and autumn leaves. The contrast of a cerulean blue sky against the breath of a cloud. Our world is one landscape after another after another. So many that we lose track of them and they become mundane and insignificant. Take an afternoon to check out your own hills and dales, lakes and streams, urban sidewalks and blacktop. Trust me…there is a landscape photo waiting there for you.