Sometimes when I am taking pictures, I kind of zone in to what I am looking at in front of me. For example, the other night, I was watching that jellyfish cloud. I was focused on what it was doing and where would be the best place to catch its reflection in the dam as the sun set. Once I got what I was looking for, I turned around to head back to the truck and realized that the moon was rising. Apparently it was full moon that night.
If I had turned around earlier, I might have been able to get to the top of the hill to get a couple more shots when it was just coming over the horizon, instead of getting the most when it was a bit higher in the sky. Probably something that I should always remember when I am taking pictures. Turn around occasionally – there might be a better shot behind you.