If you're into mostly one discipline of photography, what is it that attracted to you to it? What keeps you coming back? What does it do for you? If you're a beginner or haven't found your photographic "voice" just yet, where do you think you're headed and why? I've asked myself this question many times over the years, and have even posted about it on other forums now and then. I have shot everything from news (smaller papers) to fashion to wildlife. My friend says that he sees in my photos that I am always looking for something, but that I have not found it yet. What I have mostly shot over the years, more than anything else, are beautiful women. But this isn't doing it for me anymore, and hasn't for years. I don't claim to fully understand fashion - I may understand the concept, but I don't always get the point. I just love classically beautiful women, iconoclasts of sophistication and desire. Unfortunately, this isn't enough for me these days. It truly bothers me that practically none of the work I have produced over the years says anything about me beyond a couple of idiosyncrasies that show up here and there. Besides shooting women, the only other field of photography that has truly polarized me has been documentary work. I probably have more monographs and other books by or about photojournalists, street photographers, and documentarians than anything else. I don't know what has stopped me all these years - maybe now is when I have reached a level in my life where I will not only truly comprehend what will happen in front of me, but I'll know how to shoot it and where to go with it. It actually took me well over a year to understand what direction my photography was taking me. Currently, I'm working on finding the right subjects for my two primary projects. In the meantime, let's hear your answers to the questions posed above.