My office changes throughout the day as the light moves through it. It's different in winter than summer. I notice some objects in my room more in winter than I do in summer, and vice versa, because the presence and presentation of light changes depending on the season. In summer the light streams through my windows at a higher angle and seems stronger than in winter. In winter, it shoots through at a low angle and feels harsher than in summer. The shadows are more distinct. . . . Look at your light. You can't observe all seasons in a day. Take time to look. Observe your surroundings. Cast your gaze on the furniture, the pictures, the knickknacks, and all the various objects around you. What do you notice? Why does this or that capture your eye?

J. Brent Bill, Mind the Light