I have no idea how this will come out, and I'm sure it's been done to death.. On my drive to and from home/work, there's a GINORMOUS tree in the middle of the median on a rural highway. I mean it's just huge, I'm 6'6" and it would take at least 3 or 4 of me to reach all the way around it. Err.. and this is East Coast, so no redwood refs, please. For whatever reason, I decided that I was going to take a picture of this tree once a week at the same time (Sunday morning at 10AM) from the same position. The plan, assuming it comes out 1) looking good and 2) being relatively interesting, is to stitch them all together in a much larger photo/layout as a comparison of time/nature/weather/seasons. Unfortunatly, this is a point-and-click digicamera (Canon Powershot D500 or something), so no great quality. Why? I have no idea. It's just an idea that popped into my head. Probably because I am desperate for snow (and snow in trees, and it's a HUGE tree) and it's already February and none in sight/none has fallen. As I said, I'm sure this has been done before. Can someone hopefully link to simiar pictures? Have advice on layout? Techniques?