We try to arrive on location a few hours before official sunset. It’s a time to relax and plan the shots. But more often than not, this calm preparation ends up being interrupted by last minute frantic changes – hurriedly clambering over rocks, swapping lenses, re-adjusting the tripod. As the light quickly changes, so does the appearance of the landscape, or perhaps the imagination is heightened as the key moment approaches. For me, this last minute re-positioning has often produced the best results. I’ve found sometimes the final few frames of the day are a lot stronger than the 100 or so taken before. It’s a good lesson learned -to keep exploring for new ideas up until the last moment.