Sometimes, a single image is a great day in image making. I have selected a couple from recent trips that sort of show that.
The first image is about being aware of the final output and separating what's important from the clutter around it. (Inclusion/exclusion). I was on my way to the Denver airport from Colorado Springs with a little time to spare, so I stopped at the Garden of the Gods. Unfortunately, traffic was intense and time was short. So, I couldn't go into the park. But I decided to stop at the visitors center outside the entrance. From the second floor balcony, this was the scene:
As soon as I saw the scene, I saw the final image in my mind. It just said: "HELLO!". Not the entirety of what was there. But, just what was calling to me, the entrance to the park, backed by Pikes Peak: