Bryce Canyon National Park is gorgeous at any time of year – but there’s nothing quite like shooting there after a heavy snowfall. We made the first tracks through the snow that morning – and our fingers were freezing. But you won’t hear me complaining! Once I had my camera in my hands, I forgot about the cold. I guess that’s why I love photography. When I’m on location, everything else disappears from my mind. I am completely absorbed in what I’m doing. I’m searching for the composition, planning my shot, visualizing my finished image… and I don’t notice the cold or the heat. I don’t worry about the pile of work that needs to get done, or even getting the next shot. I’m in my element.
Do you feel that way when you have a camera in your hand? Is it a part of your being?
Check it out! This photo is on PhotoExtract for November 6, 2012 along with some really beautiful work from other photographers!