Carefully does it! I have had the experience of inviting animosity by suggesting the use of primes only and of doing the leg-work instead...
Your apprehension was well-founded, although I did not plan to answer to the OP, but your post raised the level of stimulus (but do not take this personally).
I am one of those, who think that only bloody amateurs
would make such a ridiculous suggestion. (Btw. do you put a glass
or a lens
on your camera?)
Let's get back to the initial point.
You don't want the carry around a heavy camera with heavy lenses. You want to take advantage of the small, light weight camera. Walking around and looking if perhaps there is something to be shot
All right, put that prime on your camera and start walking in a city or in a natural area worth of photographing, except in Nevada (I apologize if there are hills in Nevada, it was only an example). Do you see an interesting looking scenery, a building, a musician in the city or whatever catches your eye? Well, then walk into the middle of the busy street, because that is the point, from where your lens gives the ideal field of view.
Are you at the balkony of a tall building or on the top of a hill? Well, rent a helicopter. Are you on an outcropping at the shore? Ask a seagall to make the shot if you don't have an underwater housing for your camera.
After having hurdled these obstacles, I am sure you want to make a 20x30" print of these great shots, right?