Before you try again, look carefully at the image you have. Decide what you like and what you would do differently. Plan your next shot instead of just going there and doing the same things again. Figure out what you want and how to get that, then move at the right time.
Good photos are plannedand are rarely accidents. You may encounter unexpected conditions, so be prepared to rethink your plan when you get there. But avoid just shooting and plan the shot's composition, effects of light, DoF, etc. You might eben try to sketch out what you want to your photograph to look like. A written plan.
With practice, planning becomes more second nature and photography more intuitive. But even the masters plan. Planning includes what lens to take, a tripod perhaps, color or b&w. The list goes on.
I am not a member of the school of photography that teaches you to shoot everything, bracket like crazy, then sort through 10,000 images a few weeks later searching for a couple of keepers. An executed carefully planned photo is a real joy, even if not a keeper. At least you got what you wanted and expected. MAybe learned something to use next time. You, like me, may find the machine gun approach hard to reconstruct what went wrong and right.