This is St. Coleman's Church in Bavaria, southern Germany. I really wanted this picture, but when I arrived it was raining. I waited in a hotel for three days for the rain to stop, and finally on the fourth day I awoke to a clear blue sky. The early morning light on the church and the Alps was stunning. I took this in 1991 with film -- my Mamiya RZ 67 and Fujichrome Velvia -- and almost everything I took at that time was on a tripod. I used a hand held meter to determine the exposure, but most of the time I already knew what the settings were going to be from experience. The meter was a backup to my brain, so to speak. This was part of my two-month stock shoot in Europe that paid off for many years until the stock industry crashed and burned about 10 years ago. My settings were unrecorded, but they were probably 1/8, f/32, and 50 ISO. I used a 250mm lens to compress the elements -- this was equivalent to a 135mm lens in the full frame digital format.