My story is almost entirely on a snowy winter landscape. Each scene is a different area, but again, it's still winter time! I have been going through my chapters, and the setting description is nearly repetitive in the last couple chapters. There's only so many ways to describe snowy mountains, grass and trees. What are your thoughts? Must we describe the settings in each chapter when they're similar, despite being in different locations? (So the north and south of a mountain range, with different characters on each side for example...) If I have already described the north, it would then be in the reader's head, could they then just accept the settings are the same on the south, and merely hear the story progression and dialogue?