|St. Helens Sunset|
This is a syndrome common to photographers; rather than enjoying the moment or accepting reality, we tend to think that we've blown it, that the light sucks, that there aren't enough clouds. Hey, photographers are never satisfied. Seeking perfection, we dwell on the inevitable flaws.
Because this is not far from my home, I console myself by thinking, "I can always go back and try again." And yes, if I had unlimited time, and money, I could keep trying until I got something truly transcendent. But few of us have that kind of time, or money - and we're talking helicopter time here - so I may have content myself with what I have.
Nikon D3, 24-70mm lens