I've spent many years talking a good game about "chasing the light," - it all sounds so romantic and almost dangerous, like "storm chaser." But in the end I always opt for the "serendipity factor." When good light happens while I happen to be prepared, I accept it as a gift. I will do what I can to be in the places where I have seen good light happen, in the hopes of a repeat performance. But some of my favorite images I have made came about from noticing that good light was there, even though the subject it fell upon was not my intended one. On the other hand, I have stayed away from the camera when the light didn't look very promising, and who knows what wonderful images I denied myself discovering?