Simplicity is often the best route to take in your photography, no need for complicated lighting or huge set up location shoots, frequently it is the simplest detail that makes the shot. Take for example this image shot for the Plain Picture Library.
It has been used across Europe as the cover shot, CD case image etc. for Jusi Adler Olson’s new thriller novel “Takeover”. But where was it shot ? Well it was shot whilst on a dog walk in the fields around Cirencester, a chance glance down, about 20 seconds of shooting time and it was done. So make sure you do not overlook the detail, in a single panorama there are hundreds of possibilities, you just need to observe, thats what a photographer is, a trained observer, someone who sees the potential in any situation that others may just pass by. See the cover and the original shot here