digital_AM wrote in post #18172854
^ Same here. It's a challenge finding new photo opportunities especially landscapes in our area.
The site below has helped me recently in so many ways. Lots of great insight. I enjoyed reading the interviews from my favorites like Erin Babnik and Sean Bagshaw. http://www.imageandrhythm.com/
Very good reads in there. Very interesting to see the thought processes of the photographers on that page.
Having the creative vision to see things worth photographing when they're less obvious is something I've been trying to work on, but its been mostly a struggle for me. Admittedly I get caught up in mental blocks about bad lighting, bad location, too many crowds etc etc etc and don't even have the motivation to shoot, even though I have a camera with me all the time (RX1RII and the wide angle adapter are with me every day). I do this knowing that some of my favorite shots happened when I almost hesitated to shoot at all for whatever reason.