Images like this one are doable now, but not for long as the weather gets colder.
The advantages for me in making images like this are:
- My local viewers tend to like them.
- They keep me occupied with processing them.
- And, I can make them with only my pocket Olympus TG-6 camera.
The biggest issue I have with making these images is that I get tired of them. I like to experience changes. I like to learn what is going on and how to surmount the changing environment.
I also like to photograph a dynamic happening and I like to photograph life experiences in dealing with change.
I like to be the “fly on the wall” observing all that is going on around me and photographing it in a discreet manner with a small camera. And I like to do it in B&W such as in an older post of mine made at the Hanover Shoe Farms. Now I need to find something different, but hopefully also with small cameras.
I like this post and also Hanover Shoe Farms. Your tagline is perfect: Plan for change, it happens. Someone more famous than I said “The only constant is change.” Best, Babsje