Lately, I've been watching videos of "a day in the life" type, with subject matter concerning photographers. Most are superficial, but this one about Albert Watson is professionally produced at the BBC, fairly in-depth (two parts, 30 minutes overall). It's about Albert Watson and a return trip to his native Scotland to capture landscapes. Aside from the wonderful equipment *drool*, and a cadre of assistants at his beck and call, the scenery is beautiful, as is the pursuit of the one or two images they came to acquire. The weather is challenging and the insights inspiring.