Obesessing Over A Location

It might be partly my schedule, but every now and then I get obsessed with a certain landscape point of view.  I think part of it is a never ending attempt to capture the image I am seeing in my head and somehow translate that three dimensional world to a two dimensional image, which is never quite the same thing.  So I keep trying. The other hook for me is the opportunity to really see the subtle changes in a location, especially as the seasons turn. The fading of greens, the slow bend that increases in the grasses and scrub brush, and the shift in reflected light.  It it time to say goodbye to this view for a spell with a silhouette. It has been good to me. 


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