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I've been away from the Landscape forum studying and shooting a few weddings over the last year and a half. And now I'm leaving Arizona after 26 years and moving to Maryland. So long Antelope Canyon, Grand Canyon, Coyote Buttes, Monument Valley and all the rest of the amazing locations that were just a drive away.
Now it's time for something completely different. New England Fall Color, Oceanscapes, Stormy Lighthouses, watermills, etc.
It took me years to get in tune with the change of light through the seasons on a given mountain range or how the weather and atmospherics will play in a certain area. I expect it will be many years before I learn enough of the movements of the Atlantic and the east coast in general to get back the level I enjoyed here. All part of the fun and excitement of something new.
Has anyone else made the change from the Southwest to the Mid Atlantic or New England area? How did it go, what did you find particularly challenging or enjoying? Any tips?
BTW, in 2008 I shot a full moonrise over the notch in the Mittens during the sunset shadow event. It was published in Arizona Highways in Oct 2009 and this December's issue has it reprinted again as one of the best 100 photos they've ever published. It's a humbling honor and a photographic achievement that I imagine I will never top. Time to move on to new territories