I'm sure this is a common feeling, but I'm getting to the point where my eyes are constantly thinking about what might make a good or even great shot. The only problem is my real life/job get in the way consistently. Even though I've taken to carrying my camera with me most days, I can't slow down the things I have to do to get the shot. Today, I was five minutes late out the door for my 35 minute commute, and I also drop my daughter off at daycare each morning. Long story short, the leading edge of a storm front helped create a sunrise that filtered light in a way that illuminated some local architecture in a way I hadn't ever seen before. I immediately knew where I should go to get the best frame of it, and then immediately realized that I couldn't possibly stop. I know there are lots of "easy" solutions. Give myself more time. Be okay with being late to work. But the reality is, I guess, is that I can't always have the camera ready to go at the perfect times. Goes for everything I guess -- I definitely feel that way with catching the best moments of my daughter as she is growing. Done whining now Anyone else feel the same way?