Pre-visualization in photography is the practice of imagining a particular image you hope to capture or create before you head out the door with camera in-hand. Since I typically plan my travel and locations ahead of time, there is a general idea of what elements I am likely to encounter in the field and pre-visualization makes for a fun challenge to see if I can find a subject and composition matching what I had imagined ahead of time. This was one of those rare and amazing occasions where what I hoped to photograph that morning was identical to what was captured that same afternoon.
Capture Date: October 31st, 2010
Camera Settings: ISO 50, 135mm @ f/16, 0.5 sec