Oh ... and don't take my last post as a doctrine that one has to have a large heavy camera and walk
some extreme distance. No. The point is to get out, slow down and look. Forget all the damn stereotypes about what scenery is supposed to look like and learn to appreciate the light of the real
world. Pretend Fauxtoshop and all its gaudy published pictures never existed. Experience things.
Look at the subtleties. Feel the wind on your face. And shoot like every shot is the only one you get,
even if you are carrying a 35mm camera. What wilderness potentially gives one is solitude, and some
of us find that worthy in its own right. But photographically, no difference anywhere you happen to
be.