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On assignment at Blue Ridge Parkway for Nat Geo Travel

As a travel photographer, I consider myself a puzzle solver. Despite best-laid plans, there are always elements I can’t anticipate.

For example, sometimes I don’t find out about cancellations, closures, or construction until I’m on the ground. But another reliably unpredictable element is the weather. Light is a necessary element to the craft of photography, and I truly believe that there isn’t good or bad light—only appropriate light. There is always a photograph to be had, but you sometimes have to look harder to find your pictures.”

See full story and photos at National Geographic: Travel