Scape for all seasons
The changing of a landscape can provide a record of environmental alterations and the evolution of foliage across the year. Taking the same landscape shot in every season provides a fantastic visual impression of this, as well as a worthwhile and ultimately rewarding challenge for photographers.
Most settings can be altered to make the most of the conditions, but altering focal length or point of focus between images can alter the composition, so after your first image is taken in spring, make a note of the focal length and be sure to use the same lens. Marking out your vantage point may require a tape measure or a custom GPS point on a smartphone. Use your first photo as a reference point, and be sure to include trees and other permanent structures to help when you’re reframing.