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The subtlety of our rural landscape takes some time to understand and appreciate. I know for a fact that it took me quite a while to not only appreciate the light, textures, and forms but to actually find a joy in peeling away the layers. It is not the grand "scape" like many of the western images I shoot, but I like the challenges of finding compositions nuanced by subtle light striking the dense patterns of grasses and leaves. It is a landscape that can appear harsh by day and only reveals itself in the interstitial zones of twilight or as fog spreads thinly across the scene. I look for these moments now and relish in the simplicity. RHC
TECHNICAL: Fuji GFX 50s and a Fujinon 32-64mm f4 at 34mm. Image exposed at ISO 100 at f11 for 1/8 of a second.