Some disciplines of photography require careful background selection. Especially if you have a well-thought-out composition of portraits. If the background looks interesting, the subject itself can be anything. I love old and bumpy walls when you change their appearance completely with light or depth of field.
I watched the one bee I saw for about half an hour. I wondered if she was happy with the autumn flood of flowers, or if she knew how much her wing muscles would ache in the evening.
From time to time, I take the same photos a few times, with different cameras, to see if I can buy more used and functional second-hand cameras. Well, I’ll probably buy them all the time. It will definitely not be for the exhibition, but maybe someone will ask: Will you take a picture of me with the old camera too?