/ which must have landscape view, bouldering and route photos.
I don't have any bouldering shots in my gallery, nor Welsh or English winter, nor Scottish trad, nor Scottish landscape. And my one winter Scottish photo is of a top-out rather than of the route itself.
I feel quite inadequate now. Thanks!
Why? Is photography like collecting butterflies? ( I paraphrase Harry Callahan)
Sorry, my post looks silly in this context now!
> Sorry, my post looks silly in this context now!
EVEN WORSE now that I realise I misread the OP. Durr.
No worries - any where in nice light can be great. Worth looking on a map and figuring out where will get evening / dawn light. ie West or East facing.
Its obviously quite photogenic, but think it would be a real challenge to do something original and better than what has been done before.
Do it in infra red
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