Lewes is full of treasure just for the want of looking
Taking your time is essential if you want to eek out the detail. Detail is important!
I have a very basic fall back plan that is ready to rollout when the spirit and motivation start to dwindle.
It is: take an establishment photograph. This will set the scene, then take a detailed photograph of something in that scene. Then another.
This next option is more tricky but can work well: Take an establishment photograph, then a detailed photograph. NEXT – take the next establishment photograph AND include the previous detailed photograph.
Having taught photography for 20 odd years and run many field trips these two options can really motivate a new photographers when they say ‘… I don’t know what to photograph …’. They do but need to see the world differently.
I am never lost at what to take and only have a hit rate of about three percent.