Photographing landscapes in the middle of the day under a bright sun and especially a cloudless sky makes no sense for me. I would rather go for the first lights of the morning, or the late hours of the day, looking for the clouds to complete the scenery. Mist and clouds add so much to the scene that I clearly do prefer “bad” weather for photography.
Sunrise on the Isle of Skye, Scotland, October 2016
All weathers in a picture, Los Glaciares National Park in Argentina, Patagonia, January 2014
The infamous Cerro Torre in its clouds’ cloak, Los Glaciares National Park, Argentina, Patagonia, January 2014
The Old Man of Storr at sunrise on the Isle of Skye, March 2019