This is possibly a silly question in your eyes, but it's a good one too. The location of your camera really determines how often you'll pick it up and catch some of those spontaneous moments. I know, I'm a still life photographer, but I also capture so many other things.
Keeping my camera out in the open ... usually in my studio, but often on my desk ... makes it so much more accessible to me when an opportunity arises.
And some of those moments are just that ... moments. There are times when I catch the sunlight shining through the window at just the perfect angle to capture the light and shadows in such a beautiful way.
Or maybe I see it shining so perfectly in the window that it draws me outside to capture something in my yard ... maybe a perfect sunburst or bokeh as the sun shines through the plants.
And maybe I see how the light is shining and so I head back into my studio to quickly capture a still life with the light shining so pretty through the window.
Pretty morning light isn't always a sunburst or even shades of orange ... but it's so nice to capture.
Keeping my camera out and handy makes this so much more of a possibility because of the way the light changes so quickly.
So, where do you keep your camera?