Mine has a log, which should be good for another half a million or so. Plus it's all angled, suggesting simultaneously man's descent into hell, and his rise to heaven.
If I only made the photographs where I had a very clear concept to express, I might press the shutter once a year. Most of us, I think, muddle forward with a mixture of unclear ideas and intuition, occasionally producing something that clarifies the original idea and just about as often producing something just as clear but completely unrelated to the original idea. Twenty years ago I was a research mathematician, and that's pretty much how math goes. I've written around a million lines of software since then, and that's often how THAT goes as well.
So, I'm ok with my process.
My point here is that I don't feel that this is a bust, it's just something that I like that I can't quite make sense of. If I thought it was shit, I would flush it without a second thought, like I do with almost everything else I shoot.