Valentine's Day was a lovely, sunny day, following a light snowfall the night before, so my wife and I decided to get some Vitamin D and a little exercise by walking through Rosetta McClain Gardens. I've made photos at this small park fairly often and I was at first reluctant to bring my camera to photograph the same place, yet again.
Then, my inner self reminded me of something I often tell others; there are ALWAYS new visual opportunities; it is your choice to take the time to SEE those opportunities. It may be more challenging to find those fresh compositions, but it's not impossible. The fact that it is more challenging, really, is the point. If you can make interesting photos of a familiar place or location, think of how much easier it will be for you to find and make dynamic images of unfamiliar places!