One lesson I’ve learned in photography is not to rely on second chances. Took this shot of a valley near Cambria in Central California when Anne and I were driving lost. The colors were brilliant–wanted to spend more time composing the shot–but we were running late. Sure, we could always come back when I had my tripod–I had forgotten it. But now that seems unlikely in this time of covid. And even if I did return, assuming I could find this spot again, the weather might not cooperate. So don’t rely on second chances and carry a tripod in the car. Click.