Bright and sunny is Good, cloudy and rainy is Bad.
Photography gets really boring when the only landscape shots you see are those with brilliant blue skies, perfect clouds, etc. It’s not that way in real life, so consider it a challenge to make a picture under other lighting conditions. Make the weather itself the subject. It’s not easy (I keep trying), creativity is mandatory to make an interesting image under Bad lighting.
Bad light? Or just reality? The light was really Bad Light here, but I made the most of it for an image that feels just like the place I visited that morning.
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