It is almost always a good idea to be patient and work a subject from a variety of perspectives (here I use the term "perspective" to simply mean "alternate view").
Different perspectives can yield a completely different sense for the subject-in-context, some of which are far more appealing to the viewer than others.
The different perspective can be: close vs. far, different angles, different time-of-day with associated different light, different time of year, different objects in relation to the subject, portrait vs. landscape, and many others.
This collection shows several dozen subjects from 2-3 different perspectives. Perhaps stepping through these will give you some ideas for different perspectives in your own photographs.
My Fabius Farm Seasons
collection is also a good example of exploring a subject in different seasons, moods and light.