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Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall

Winter trees in Denver
Winter trees in Denver
Spring 2011 in Denver
Summer 2011 in Denver
Fall 2011 in Denver

..all you have to do is remember to take a picture and where you stood three months earlier.

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Lori Holden, mom of a young adult daughter and a young adult son, writes from Denver. She was honored as an Angel in Adoption® by the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute.

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17 Responses

  1. Oh! What a great idea!!!
    I’m a “fall person” myself. It is my favourite time of year. I like all the seasons, and find something wonderful in all of them – but fall is my favourite!

  2. I was actually just thinking about these pics… or rather the ones that you took of the train tracks a while back… and thinking that I wanted to do something like it this year. I always seem to take winter pics of the same views, so I think I need to see those places in the other seasons.

  3. What an awesome idea! Do you frame and display them in your home? Also, after I saw the title of your post I immediately thought of the Jame Taylor song “You’ve Got a Friend.”

    “Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall… all you’ve got to do is call and I’ll be there. You’ve got a friend.” Was that an intentional reference?

    Thank you for sharing and inspiring, as always!

    Given any thought to bring Perfect Moment Mondays back anytime soon? No pressure… Just curious. xoxo

  4. Such a great idea!

    I always take my daughter’s first day of school picture in the same spot. When she first started school she was taller than the tree she stood in front of. I was just thinking that I should do other pictures like that – same spot, etc. So this is what I must have been thinking of. Love it!

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