It dosen't matter. To me, it is the mood I'm in more than anything else. The back yard, the front door, Arizona, Yemen....You could drop me in the most visually exciting place in the world, if I'm tense, tired, stressed out: no picture will be any good - I could not see, concentrate or enjoy. You could put me in the worst industrial pit you could think of even in foul weather, if I'm relaxed, focused and in a good mood: I could come home with the most amazing visual impressions and would tell everyone what a great location that was. For me, photography is such a personal thing, that I find it difficult to respond to questions like 'What is a good place to take pictures in Europe?' My respose would be: Just go and see or I would talk about places I learned to love - most likely not because of the photographic value, but because I had a good time there and the place somehow touched me.