I’m an urban person, but I prefer to holiday outside the city. That doesn’t sound profound. It’s a tendency (the holidaying, not the superficiality) that does have the advantage of getting engaged with landscape only a little bit. Which is good, because I don’t regard it as part of my thing although it can be fun from time to time. I was reading about the approach to landscape of early photographers and realised that my approach to it is to portray as largely asleep. Possibly ominously asleep, possibly just asleep. Not exactly transcendentalist! Anyway, here’s a landscape image from just before holiday times. It will hold the front page while I work on the other images garnered while away. Some might find the lens flare in this image intrusive. I haven’t decided whether it’s justifiable yet.
Over on the portfolio site you can see how I spent New Years’ Eve.