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I am affected the same way. I find November the toughest time-it gets dark
so early. I also miss the leaves, and usually suffer from depression around
that time of year.
However, when I do get to go out in the daylight, I really love the colors
of the forests without leaves and how one can see to deeply into them. I
also love the winter landscape and light. The problem I have is that the
days are so short.
I'm glad I have windows in my rooms, so I can enjoy the light each day.
> And I think I must suffer a little of SAD, whatever it's called when
>you're light deprived. I am very dependent on the sun for my energy and it
>doesn't help teaching in a room with no natural light. Fluorescent
>just isn't anywhere close to the real thing, not to mention how different
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