I love the season’s — the change in color on the trees and the contrast of the weather from season to season.
With photography the change in season means a change in setting on the camera.
When trying to capture the seasons you can’t just look at the center of interest, you have to look at the surrounding areas. For instance, when it’s winter try and capture some icicles or snow falling or gathered.
In the fall, try capturing some red and yellow leaves in the foreground. Then look to your center of interest, do they look bundled up in the winter, or are they eating a snow cone in the summer.
You have to capture as much as possible in the one photograph, you only have one chance, so get it right the first time.