Often times when I go out for a fun day with my camera I find a single subject that catches my attention. Ages ago I would set up a shot that I thought was good and take a couple of exposures. Then, I would pick up and move along. Now days though I tend to want to work the one subject just to see the different looks I can produce. That extends to post processing as well. I create several "virtual copies" in Lightroom and try different settings to see what happens. I might even move it over to Photoshop and try working with some layers. Sometimes all of this works and sometimes it doesn't. I recently went to South Beach for some sunrise fun. I wasn't overly excited about the photos I was getting in the beginning and so I became interested in the lifeguard stand that was next to me. I worked it from many angles and took multiple exposures so that I could do some HDR work on them in post. Take a look and let me know what you think. Remember, don't just run up, take a shot, and run away. There are many ways to explore a single subject.