Outside of leaves turning, I haven't lived close enough to nature to see much of the change that comes with seasons. We often walk past the Humber River, which the weather managed to turn into chaos toward the end of February. I had never seen anything like it.
Three weeks later, it started to look more like a river.
These images left me thinking about how much timing matters. If you had to get from one end of the river to another, forcing your way through the conditions in the first picture would take hours of exhausting labor. If you waited for the conditions of the second picture, you could flow through the river effortlessly in minutes.