A few years ago, I wrote about the struggles I was having as I moved more to an asymmetrical composition style and simplification of my images. The influences of Eastern art were in my mind, but my composition progress was difficult. Today, I can find these compositions much more readily, especially when working with my telephoto lens. The struggles are still there, but I have more clarity when capturing these images.
For the tenth anniversary of Photo Cascadia we are revisiting past blogs you may have missed, and this is one I think is worth revisiting.
Location: Mosier, Oregon
As a long-distance hiker, I have sharpened my photographic perspective over the years on the Pacific Crest Trail, the Continental Divide, the Canadian Divide and most recently walking across Iceland. My goal is to capture the wonders I see in nature for the enjoyment of all those with an eye for the extraordinary.