There might come a time when you have all the pictures made you wanted to. Or the pictures you made are not very satisfying, because they are not special enough, have no deep meaning, or are just boring.

Or, as it happened to me in October 2019 in the Joshua Tree National Park, CA, that I was basically happy with the pictures I made and they day spent in the park (at least as important!), but something was missing.

In such cases I remember what a professional landscape photographer once said whom I met many years ago: Always look behind you.

You might find a really fascinating scenery. Or at least and outhouse.

(Panasonic Lumix FZ-2000)