I had an absolutely incredible weekend. The Persistent Vision workshop I attended was phenomenal. We had great speakers including David duChemin, Darwin Wiggett, and Samantha Chyrsanthou. And the panel? Wow.
Today's shoot out at Vermilion Lakes was indescribable. The weather was absolutely crap and the roads suffered for it. When we got out to the lakes we couldn't see any of the mountains. So that just meant we had to check our clearly thought out preconceived images at the door and put our creativity to work. I have to say that there was a lot of stuff I saw and I didn't get a chance to shoot the way I wanted to. There was also stuff that I was missing but then I had a proverbial "aha" moment and found shots that were right in front of me. I mean literally hitting me in the face.
I'll be hopefully posting more of my thoughts from the weekend after I organize them but I thought it was eerie that I saw this quote while I was driving today because it was a big part of what I took away from the weekend.
“How soon 'not now' becomes 'never'"
- Martin Luther