Ah, I see. I guessed it might be something like that.
Rob, we have different tastes in photography. I look at landscapes, even shots of places I've seen before or know well, and wonder at the beauty they portray. I may want to go to the place myself, to have a bash at creating my own version of the scene, or I may just look and marvel.
For me, fashion photography is as pointless as fashion itself, pretty though (some of) the girls may be; and portrait photography is interesting because of the identities of the subjects, not because the images are great. I'm one of the philistines (I admit it's probably a failing on my part) who can't see why Annie Liebowitz, to name but one, is fêted because she had access to famous people. There are some exceptions (Karsh's Churchill springs to mind, or Barda's Rattle), but not many.
De gustibus not est disputandum. If there's one certainty, it's that there's no "right" view.
On the other hand, this the "Luminous Landscape" site. I think I can be forgiven for posting a shot of scenery!