You might think that faced with the same, static, subject you would compose a shot the same way any time you approached it with the same lens. However that didn't seem to be the case today when I 'repeated' the first shot below.
Second time around I seemed to have concentrated more on the 'wrapping' of the town hall than on the light's globe. And made a mess of the composition in the process.
Perhaps most peculiar is that I chose to rephotograph the scene. Then again such repetition never bothered Monet or Cézanne.