Landscape photographers are an odd bunch. Just ask their wives.
We long for “weather”, not just climate. We hate days of clear blue skies and love those times when the weather is changing. We’ll take a thunderstorm over a sunny afternoon. We prefer a cold foggy morning over a warm placid afternoon. We live for those golden hours in the early morning and the late evening and yearn for clouds to add drama to our images. Face it, we’re that 5% of the population that’s tough to satisfy.
So what’s a landscape photographer to do when the weather turns out perfect for the other 95% of us? Like I’ve said before, “There’s Always Something to Shoot”.