I’m sure I’m not the only photographer who spends most of their time looking at the world around for photographic opportunities, no matter what I’m doing. That’s not to say I actually manage to do anything about it but occasionally I do.
Last week driving down the A15 between Lincoln and Sleaford I saw a composition of autumn-leaved trees and sky that I loved. I turned off the main road onto the next lane and found a beet pad to park on safely off the road. I had a wander to the trees I had spotted and into the position I had picked as I drove past. But, in the three minutes that had passed, the light had changed and the sunlight was no longer hitting the leaves as it had been and the ‘shot’ had gone. No matter though, heading back to the car I noticed a different spot with a composition I instantly loved.
The image below is the result and of course, it had to be mono.