Sun Around the House (like a sundial).

Day 132 / 2022 Photo Project365

As the sun arcs higher across the sky in spring and summer days, it lights and illuminates things normally in shadow during the fall and winter. If you pay close attention to where the sun’s light falls at certain times of any day, you can roughly calculate the date or at least make an educated, reasonably accurate guess about which month it is…

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