Landscape photography at its finest is like being rocked gently in the cradle of creation. It’s spiritual for me. Some of my biggest, deepest, most defining moments have happened out there. I feel the best when I’m out there, resonating with eternal songs.
So I thought I’d share my top 5 of “lessons from landscapes”. Five is the number of Grace, which is at the end of the day, is what I experience every time I’m out there.
1. Radiate From The Center of Your Being
Find your core truth, the one that lights you up on the inside. Discover the source of All That Is and where it lives inside of you. Open your inner ears and listen to it. Focus on it. Then radiate its light into your world. It’s how we were designed to operate.
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This was one funny moment. Let me ‘splain myself…
The hubs and I took an afternoon to go out shooting. We decided to trek up into Sierraville and Sattley, two small towns in the Sierra Nevada mountains near where we live. I love that whole area; with its big, epic valleys and sweeping views. It’s mostly cattle and working ranch country… and I love photographing the old barns out there.
As we rolled down the road to a site we wanted to photograph, this long herd of cattle strolled along the fence lining the road. They were lovely ladies, one and all… and marched along with great purpose, single file. Clearly, they were on a mission… and it needed to be photographed! So, we drove a little ahead of them, pulled over and grabbed our cameras and long lenses.
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