There is something magical and visiting places such as Patagonia, Norway or Iceland, all locations that are known to have pretty intense weather. While you risk getting rained out or having to deal with 100mph wind gusts, the payoff when things do come together is pretty incredible. The sunrise the morning I shot this photo in Torres del Paine National Park in southern Patagonia was super intense. The bright dramatic Ray's of the run not only lit up the surrounding clouds, but danced across the jagged face of the mountains as well.
This photo was taken just minutes apart from the last photo I shared here on IG, which reminds me of a good lesson!
Don't fixated on shooting just a single composition when you are out there shooting. Look around and try to be as preceptive as possible. I usually shot with two cameras for this very reason.
What are your thoughts?