Well, I was very happy when I got my first prime. Experimented with all sorts of ways to maximise its usage. Then I became greedy, I bought another prime 6 months later. I started to indulge in that new lens and neglected the older prime. Also, I found that I have to lug along these lenses whenever I go shooting cause I "do not know" when I'll need them. Most important, I have become more lazy to try different ways of shooting due to the increasing weight on my back. Then I broke the vicious cycle of lens collection (thank goodness) and decided to get my priorities right. One by one, I sell them, though with good sadness . Now, I am much happier although my choices are more restricted.
Further, I found my shooting habits change as I grow(me not that old). Is that normal? Previously I would only shoot avians (guess it's a work hazard)but now I am infatuated with portraitures. (really, i m 2nd yr into serious shooting only )
So having too many lenses is bad for creativity? & health? & pocket?