This might just be one of my favorite tips and images from Ossian to date. He's captured a stunning image but become a philosopher as well, giving us more to think about than just the beauty of the scene. I love the fact that this image is from a part of the world he's passionate about as well, his native Argentina.
He's got an amazing tour coming up in November with Vision and Vine, November 5 - 13. I know he's an outstanding teacher and artist, but imagine spending a week with him with a camera in your hands. Think about how you'd learn to look at things, like the landscape, a little differently than the way you do now.
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There are few things more fascinating that the way a road can cut through the landscape. But, there was also something else I thought about. Every road is an adventure. Each road represents the discovery of new lands, new friends and even our hopes and dreams.
When I get a road like this, I love to use a telephoto lens. This image was captured with a 200mm lens, just after sunset with a spectacular sky adding to the beauty of the image and giving it even more impact. It was shot at 1/125, f5.6 at ISO 200.