My wide angle lens (55mm) for the medium format Pentax 67 camera is becoming my favorite. It used to be that that role was played by a medium telephoto (135mm) because I felt that the fewer elements it covered helped make compositions more coherent. But, the larger view has compositional imperatives of its own, and I'm enjoying responding to them. It's a different way of seeing.
In the creative arts it is often said, with liberal exaggeration, that 10,000 negatives, poems, essays, stories, films and musical works need to be made and discarded before a true voice is able to emerge from the slag heap. As a cellist, I'm pretty sure I've paid my dues in hours, and effort. In photography, I'm still workin' on it!
Below is one from this past winter that I want to print in the darkroom. I had almost no time to set up the 'pod and camera for this, and was happy to get what was left of quickly changing scene.