I shot my first landscape whilst I was still at photography college in the early nineties and some years back I resumed going out into the field as a meditative practice and to further my skill in exposing for large scenes. Whilst sitting in a large plain in Western Australia surrounded by not much other than flat land, scrub and the odd tree, I turned my lens to the sky and started photographing the amazing cloud formations taking place overhead.
I realised that sometimes, if the landscape isn't particularly inspiring, look up and you never know what you'll see. For there is a reason why artists and poets such as Percy Bysshe Shelley have described clouds as "the daughter of earth and water, the nursling of the sky". Clouds form a world and landscape of their own, and it is to this world I often turn my lens and let my imagination run over with what it can see.
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