All year round
If you have photographed a characteristic tree somewhere in your area, go back there in all seasons, times of the day and all weather conditions. You can then make a nice series, a journey through the seasons, all year round. There are a few points to keep in mind to make the photos overlap nicely. Start by marking the location of your tripod, for example by hitting a piece of wood in the ground. Always place the tripod exactly above it and always at the same height (measure!). Of course you ensure that the camera is level. Furthermore, it is important to always work with the same focal length and make sure that you have a sample photo from a previous recording as a print or on your phone at hand to make exactly the same composition.
I have two examples here. The four photos of an old hornbeam in the Ardennes show this tree in the four seasons. Click on the picture to enlarge.
The original photos of the above blend series can be seen at GEZONDHEIDSCENTRUM DE PEEL Dorpstraat 8b Meijel The Neteherlands.
There they adorn two walls in an L-shaped corridor. They are prints on 3 mm dibond, size 50 x 37.5 cm. (click on the pictures)
The photos of the four seasons of the old hornbeam in the Ardennes, also printed on a 3 mm dibond above the couch in a living room.