I finally got a chance to look through my photos from last Saturday's photowalk. I really didn't take as many as I expected - probably less than 150. In part because I decided to use only a fixed lens (50mm 1.2) which really was an interesting exercise: no zooming in and out, I had to really use my eyes and my feet to get the pic that I wanted.
My favorites of the day were taken in a very unusual "trinket" store (the first two) and the very last shot I took walking back to my car, looking into the window of a cigar store where they had this miniature cigar-making set-up.
No Photoshop other than Camera Raw and in the case of the jewellery, cloning over 2 distracting bright spots.
I highly recommend "forcing" yourself to use a fixed lens the next time you're out exploring and shooting. Really made me think more about the shots I was taking.