So I find myself in a quandary about spotting lately. As I stated in my LAX thread I think Tim and I kicked back and talked more then we actually shot planes last Sunday. We always looked up as plane went past but would only raise our cameras to more interesting aircraft. It seems more and more as I go out spotting I'm taking far less pictures only concentrating on shots that my be more interesting then others and also interacting more on a social level, even when I'm in unique settings. So I'm grappling with the reasons to this conundrum?? I don't think I'm growing tired of aviation, I know that's not the case, I love photography, but I think I've moved to the point simply going out to spot and capturing every plane that fly's past is no longer appealing as it once was. Does anyone else feel this way and why?