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As landscape photographers, we are trained to look for perfect light and stunning skies. We’re taught to shoot only during the golden hour, and only when the clouds are positively radiant with sunbeams. Most of us won’t even consider pulling out the camera when the sky is sunny and bright, or on hazy days when the image contrast is fairly low. We use the same lens again and again, and we follow in the footsteps of other great photographers – shooting the same locations, from the same angles. Is this because there is nothing else to shoot? Has it all been done before? Or are we just avoiding creative thinking?