This is my favorite field study from my recent trip to Inks Lake, but I realize now there are some things I could have changed to make it better. And that's the toughest thing about landscapes for me - the idea of editing. With still lifes I just move things around until it's perfect, and then paint what I see, for the most part. But landscapes are never perfect - or at least I haven't seen a perfect one yet - but so far I've been a little afraid to just move things around willy nilly. I've just ordered Carlson's Guide to Landscape Painting after 2 good friends recommended it.