The Olympic rain forests are intrinsically very difficult to ascertain any
kind of decent composition. The detail in the landscape is an overlaod
on the brain, and it becomes (for me) a true challenge of where the hell
to point the camera! Mad
I decided that instead of trying to simplify, an almost impossible task,
that I would just go ahead and compose directly onto the "jungle" and
let things fall where they may.
This terrain was very broad and flat, with an area of several square
kilometers, so I used compass bearings to keep in touch with where
the nearest trail was. That trail would take me back to my car.
Compass Bearing 93 East