William Neill's a photographer whose work I've liked ever since chatting to him on a bridge in Yosemite and then seeing his show down at the Ansel Adams Gallery. He lives in the area but his pictures are so far away from the postcard cliches. It was only a short conversation, but I bought his book afterwards and it made a lasting impact on what I think is possible in landscape photography.

So I keep going back to his site, which has changed little since 1998 other than the addition of a photo showing he's gone digital - he seemed very much a large format guy. But now there's a lot of new material (so fresh it's in a Lightroom web gallery). See Additional New Work and his far more imaginative Impressions of Light.