I remember a sentence similar to that one, attributed to the photo book guide ‘Photographing with Fred Picker’, being ironically referenced in David Hurn and Bill Jay book ‘On being a photographer’. It was used as an example of how one shoudn’t approach the whole photographic issue, and I must say that I honestly agree fully with their opinion.
That said, we all know two things: first, that sometimes rules are just meant to be broken, second, that sometimes you just don’t know when you’ll be able to be at a certain place again, or even if you will be at all.
So this is exactly the case this time. As I left the motorway I decided to take a different road to get to the village, and this is part of what I found. Sometimes I have seen some wonderful clouds and light there, as well as a gorgeous mix of warm and fresh colors from the yellowing grass. This time I had to have enough with worked fields and a plain palid sky, but helped me finish the C220 roll with the shelter shots from a couple weeks before.