Photography has taught me many things, not the least of which are the seasonal changes that take place near and north of the 45th parallel.
The value of re-visiting these same locations, is two-fold; one is the obvious photo opportunity to shoot the same scene, if not a slightly varied composition, in different light as well as season, and two is a moment to reflect on where you were photographically speaking on your first visit and where you are on your second third or tenth visit.
From 2008 through 2015, I lived in Chicago and some of my favorite locations that were definite candidates for showcasing seasonal change could be found along Chicago’s Lake Shore Drive
As these two images illustrate, clearly, there are advantages to returning to a promising composition for additional shoots i.e. seasonal changes as well as sunrises/sunsets. You keep shooting! Both images, Nikon D810, 24-120mm at 24mm...sunrise image:F/[email protected]/320 sec. 100 ISO, snow image: F/[email protected]/200 sec, 400 ISO
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