A couple of years ago I did a photographic study of a farm scene in different seasons and lighting called, Fabius Farm Seasons.
It is amazing how the landscape can change its proverbial garments several times a day, throughout the seasons.
This series starts with an image taken in September, when the sun rises directly in-between the two trees, and proceeds chronologically through the seasons over a 2 year period.
The "lake" seen in some of these images is a temporary spring pond that results from snow-melt.
Spring is a time of dramatic change over a short period, so there are more images from that period.
I don't expect any of these images to show up on the cover of National Geographic any time soon. But I certainly had fun visiting this site in the different seasons and light, and making these images.
© Jerry Weimar Photography