I’ve done this once before, and here goes again. Last time I took quarterly photos, one each on the solstices/equinoxes.

This time, I waited a few weeks for each season to settle in, because I wanted a quintessential day of the chosen season.





Turn, turn, turn.

16 thoughts on “Seasonality”

  1. OH Lori, it’s amazing to me how the same place, looks so different all dressed up in a new season. I enjoyed those pictures so much…what a great idea…and what a great reminder, that the same place can be so different when you look at it dressed in different “clothes”


  2. Very cool. What a great idea! I would love to do something like that but, as I often say, my intentions are pure but my follow through is terrible.

  3. That is a GREAT idea. Might have to do that just with our own backyard. Won’t be such a beautiful view as you have catured but will mean something to us and be neat to see.
    Stopping by from Twitter.

  4. I love this idea, and I wish I had thought to do it with my parent’s old house. I could go back now and do it, but that seems a bit creepy. No? Taking pictures of what is now someone else’s house?

    What is the building in the picture?

    1. That’s what telephoto lenses are for ;-).

      That white house is a spooky old abandoned one that’s too close to a railroad for anyone to move into these days. It freaks Tessa out (in a good way) every time we drive by, and she has lots of stories about who lived in it.

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