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This will often be done as a SeasonalMontage: Active use of the \
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This will often be done as a SeasonalMontage: Active use of the \\\"four seasons\\\" to show the [[TimePassesMontage passage of time]] in a story.

For use as a \\\'\\\'\\\'\\\'\\\'{{motif}}\\\'\\\'\\\'\\\'\\\' (simply illustrating the stock season the work is set in), see FourStockSeasons.

The opposite of where ItsAlwaysSpring.

Subtrope of StockSeasons, TimePassesMontage.

Compare DreamingOfAWhiteChristmas, IndianSummer.
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* Parodied (of course) in \\\'\\\'MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail\\\'\\\'.
-->Narrator: A year passed. Winter changed into spring, spring changed into summer, summer changed back into winter, and winter gave spring and summer a miss and went straight on into autumn.
* [[Animated/TheLordOfTheRings \\\"Seventeen years passed sleepily in the Shire...\\\"]] (all of them flash by in rapid succession)
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