Why the title ‘Soul Cleansing Sunsets”? I guess because this was one of those spots that you just feel so connected with when you’re taking photos of it. There were no clouds when I set out but I wasn’t stressed about it. I just knew that I was going to find a really nice and secluded spot and just enjoy myself, and that is exactly what happened. I’m beginning to realise that the less you worry about the camera and the more you just enjoy the scenery and use the camera to record what is going on, the better your shots will be.
I’ve seen so many landscape photographers who view the sunsets and sunrises through their viewfinders and then walk away without any recolection of what the scene actually looked like. That doesn’t sound like fun to me. The more I let my camera share my journey rather than letting my camera control me, the more I’m enjoying my photography and the results of my photography. How often do you shoot from the heart?
Well that is about as deep as I get. 😉 I hope you all enjoy this photo.