I really enjoyed reading David Ward‘s The Landscape Beyond during my recent trip to the Lake District. Apart from enjoying the photographs by this “t-shirt winning professional landscape photographer working on large format”, what stuck with me most was his comment about landscape photographers being inordinately concerned with the location where a picture was made.

I couldn’t find the quote just now and will add it later (the book’s worth another read) but this picture which isn’t in the book really illustrates the point. Can you guess where it was taken? Does it remotely matter?