If you take a series of photographs of a scene there is an inevitable time delay between shots. This will not matter in most cases unless the light is changing or if there is movement. You can either work to hide the time differences or use them as part of the subject.

The simplest use of this is to include figures that are changing position. Children rarely stay still for a moment unless they are sleeping. This is to your advantage if you want to show the figure in different positions. This one is Tom and haybales in Upper Winchendon:

Tom in Hayfield, Upper Winchendon

The next image involves a greater time lapse, taken on different days from the same spot to show a scene in Snow and Sunshine, Upper Winchendon:

Snow and Sunshine