the direction of season
It occurs to me that we look "up" more in the fall... for fall is all about brilliantly colored leaves, a season that flashes for such a short time against the blue tapestry of sky. And in spring, we're more likely to look down... for the flowers unfurl their way forth from the ground. It starts with the crocuses and daffodils, the tulips, the forsynthia... and creeps upward to the cherry trees, the lilacs, the dogwoods. And in the fall, it all comes back down again, color falling from the sky to meet the ground.
Image made with a Nikon F100.