In the manner of an old fashioned sundial, it's possible to tell the seasons
by observing how the light falls across the room at different times of day. Here the light from the declining sun catches the dining table with its clutter of junk and paints the pepper mill and the Hellman's mayo on the wall.
The light casts a shadow on a painting of a shadow -- and me with the camera too. Such tricks! and how the putana's elbow jumps out at you!
At noon the slightly triste sight of a leaf fallen into the almost-too-cold-to-swim-in pool.
Summer and fall in the same moment. Gosh.