I can’t remember noticing, before, how the light changes as spring progresses.
The yard’s surfaces absorb and reflect, soften and sharpen the sun’s new angle.
Bees appear to fly through light, not air.
And birds strike silhouette poses, as if eager to be photographed.
Is it all in my head, a side effect of spring euphoria? Or is it happening where you live, too?
If you live in the southern hemisphere, is it happening in reverse? Light reverting back to air, flattening against fall’s advance as bees and birds prepare for winter?