I will freely confess that landscape photography as a genre is not really my thing, although I do try when I get the opportunity. Black and white lanscape photography is even more not my thing – to put it bluntly I just can’t see landscapes the way great photographers do. I make no bones about it, my talent (if indeed I have any at all!) lies in other directions.
I shot an image back in 2009 whilst in the Peak District here in central England because I thought I saw something in it and I have been going back to it occasionally wondering what the hell to do with it. I could have just deleted the file, but I thought that if I had bothered to stop the car and take it in the first place there must have been something in it.
Well, finally I have come up with an image that I am reasonably satisfied with and feel does some justice to what I saw at the time. The processing was done in Lightroom 4, and the original was shot on a Nikon D300: