Repeating photographic subjects and venues in quick succession is quite common. I think there is a recency effect at play here where the image processing sparks a thought or approach which either consciously or subconsciously leads to repetition.
After losing the light in Blidworth Woods, I headed for higher ground for sunset. Parking at the top of Greaves Lane I captured several scenes of the surrounding countryside including a panorama of Robin Hood Hill (all taken with a compact camera):
A set from a frequently visited location during March. On this occasion the cloudy conditions produced flat lighting and the compositions are mostly about lines and angles:
I mentioned in a previous post that there is something pleasing about the imperfect uniformity of old walls. They are also great subjects for colour and texture:
Whilst in Clumber Park I came across this large beech tree. I particularly like the root composition which worked best in black and white:
During March I took and posted a series of black and white images from Stanage Edge. These are a selection of colour compositions taken as the light changed:
That concludes winter photography for 2017 - another season has flown past and spring colours are emerging at pace providing new subjects to photograph and enjoy.