I'm a bad kind of landscape photographer, for a couple of reasons:
1) I can't - for the life of me - create one single landscape picture I am truly satisfied with. Satisfied, defined as being an image that is adequately able to recreate the feeling I may experience when I am in it/see it
2) I feel that way not only about my own feeble landscape attempts, but also feel it about other photographers' attempts. I know this may be heresy here - and even more so in this particular thread, but I wouldn't even put an Ansel Adams on my wall, that's how bad I have it..lol.
Still, I try. I dutifully bring my camera with me on walks in both old and new places, in the hope that one day I will get "the one" landscape/nature image that I want on a wall. But alas, it still eludes me.
So, I suppose I'm just one of those weirdo who simply do not care very much for landscape photography at all..lol.