On Sunday morning I woke up bright and early and went out to shoot around Brunswick. Rumor has it that in the photography business if you want to get landscape images published, there are only two times of the day that you can shoot… sunrise and sunset. (Which means getting up VERY early!) But, that’s the topic of another post. So I decided on trying to shoot around the Androscoggin suspension bridge on the Androscoggin river that runs along US-1. The shoot went ok and I was able to get a couple of good shots, but overall I was a little disappointed. But I did learn a few things and I have some different things to try out next time with camera set up, location, etc. The trial and error process is a big part of what any artist goes through. Even the pros have off days and take bad shots occasionally. By learning from their mistakes and applying it to what they do in the future is what allows them (and anyone else) to become better. Here’s a shot from Sunday and have a great week!