This image is one I’ve wanted to make for a long time. It is an old mill in Bucks County called the Bromley Mill. I’ve been by it many times at the wrong time of day or the wrong light for a decent photograph. This time I was lucky to be near the mill as evening was falling. The light was soft everywhere except in the forest on the hill where the late day sun was dong nice things with the winter trees.
Landscape photography is a combination of a lot of things, one of them is persistence. The more I do this the more I realize the importance of persistence. It helps you not take a photograph in mediocre conditions. Mixed with a little luck, persistence will cause you to revisit the scene until the light is perfect to bring it to life.