We took a family trip to central Oregon, and have had the pleasure of traveling with our daughter, Sabrina this year. Our plan was to start near where we stopped last year and continue up the coast. We stopped at Tokette Falls along the way, Haceta Head Lighthouse, and had a wonderful foggy afternoon at Cape Perpectua before heading inland to Lower Proxy Falls. My vision, my “way-up-conceptualizing” my captures has changed and grown since our visit last year. Some of that had been related to the “information revolution” of the past decade. And having Sabrina along has really helped too. I trust her imagination whenever we are together in the field. Seldom do I make my best work, at any given location or with any given theme of images, on my first visit to a given spot. We need to try and try, and try some more, every time we are out with the camera. A good example was the foggy afternoon at Cape Perpectua; I have seldom experienced foggy days, with some sunlight in Mammoth. I had to spend years working on the opportunities available to me, to be ready for this one hour of shooting in the fog.