Even Gloomy Weather Can Make For Interesting Shots

21st November 2010
Following a few stunning mornings of mist illuminated by the rising sun, the weather has taken a rather dull turn towards the weekend. This doesn't mean however that landscape photography is out of the question.

Although we spend much of our time, 'chasing the light', sometimes even the drabbest of days can produce interesting images. In fact, if landscape photography is meant to capture the spirit of a particular place, then it is good to photograph the place in all of it's coats and colours.

I often think that the Pennines are best captured in their gloomy glory. Such images are perhaps more evocative of the true nature of these hills than those caught during a glorious sunset.

Latest images from a gloomy afternoon at Whitley Edge can be seen here.