Slightly off topic, but,

I was once listening to a lecture by a Canadian photographer named Sherman Hines who did a ton of books on Canadian and American landscapes, cities etc.

His work was real good and he was asked if he parked like Ansel Adams did and waited for the the scene to present itself. Things like the clouds, moon, etc to wander into his frame much like a duck hunter hiding in his blind.

He said no way, in that amount of time I could travel around and get maybe ten good images. He constantly moved and captured what he saw.

I thought the two different approaches were interesting.

Michael McBlane