If you really love landscape photography, it can be more than a professional pursuit or a hobby, it can almost become a way of life. This awesome video shows how a day of shooting long exposures can become a meditative experience.
Thomas Heaton is an awesome vlogger to watch if you're ever stressed out about your editing piling up or that client wanting you to use the Liquify Tool on their cat. This video follows him as he does some long-exposure work, embracing the technique not just as a photographic tool, but as a reminder of the joyfully meditative effect nature landscape photography can have if one allows it.
I particularly appreciated the moment in which he realized that his desired composition had passed by (when the clouds had moved away), and instead of moving on, he chose to wait for more clouds to appear and was subsequently rewarded for his patience. I personally think the creative process blossoms with a little perseverance and willingness to wait for the right moment, and even that aside, that time spent gives one a moment to look around and appreciate the scenery for what it is in addition to trying to capture it.