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Reading about the lives of successful photographers now and in the past, they always seemed to have their camera with them at all times.

Many worked only short distances from their homes most of their lives and yet made outstanding photographs that are still masterpieces today. Joseph Sudek and Saul Leiter are just two of many that spring to mind.
With the seemingly endless makes and models on the market today there is always going to be a camera you can take with you everywhere. Its just matter then of training your eye to see the photograph before you.

Case in point this image. Driving south one morning. The sun breaking through clouds in the east, approaching storm in the west creating interesting light on hills I’d passed hundreds of times but had never taken much notice of before.

The camera is close by, not packed in a bag somewhere. Go to work.