Can you see the quality of light in our newer, cleaner air? If you have a pulse, most likely you can. After nine weeks of quarantine, millions fewer cars and airplanes traversing roads and skies, it's visible to the naked eye and a reminder that, somehow, we need to change the way we do life. The eucalyptus tree in the photo below, I've walked past probably 200 times over the course of 20 years but yesterday it stopped me dead. Excuse the wonky, crane-necked angle and please consider the crispness of its trunk, leaves, and well, its overall expression. It's literally flowing in space begging us to keep it up. And what happened to May-Gray? We should be knee-deep into it by now. Have you noticed? It went into hiding. I'm no meteorologist but maybe there is a connection.