The nicest thing about photographing in a wooded environment is your office has no walls, no telephones and no one to interrupt your work. Your hours are flexible and in bad weather, you don't have to show up.
Seriously at least for me, the nicest part as photographer is the light that always filters through the canopy. Without the different shades of of light, the the forest would look flat and uninviting. The light can draw your eye into areas that you would not go into alone.
The one element I miss that a videographer can use is sound. The sound of the rushing water in this image really added to the mood. If you had the elements of sound and smell with the crisp pine aromas and musky fragrance of the wooden trough...you could truly experience in entirety the beauty that nature surprised me with that day in the forest.
1179 - Hell No! - A well-meaning friend, religious but still a good sort, bought me a copy of C S Lewis' book *'Surprised by Joy'.* *Hell No!* There was an odd fellow nam...
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