So I've really been getting (back) into photography, with more of an emphasis on really honing my skills and learning the technical side of things. I live less than a mile from where I work, so I just walk it every day. Most of the walk is through woods, then a final little stretch down a paved road. On my way out the door this morning, I thought to myself, "Maybe I should take my camera, I might find something I want to shoot." But then I talked myself out of it, for some reason. Well, sure enough, I came across a scene that would've made a pretty wonderful picture. A momma dog and her two pups came out to greet me on the driveway, and as I was walking away, I looked back and they were sitting there, almost perfectly symmetric with the mother in the middle, a jet black puppy on either side of her, framed by the misty forest and the damp gravel road. My description can't do it justice, and unfortunately, I did not have my camera with me! Chalk it up to a learning experience I suppose. Does anyone else have any stories like that, the one that got away? Thanks for reading!