This work is about how photography, the camera, and film or sensors pick up the light that is around us and uses that to make an image. The origin of the word “PHOTOGRAPHY” comes from the Greek (photo) meaning light and (graphy)meaning to draw. Our brain has taught us to see light universally as white or clear. The truth is, the light around us is ever changing. Dependent upon atmospheric conditions, light sources, and other man-made conditions, light will vary in a hue and tonality. It changes as it reflects off of objects and is different from room to room in your house and for the most part, we do not see these differences. This work looks directly at how color is changed depending upon location, time of day, and other environmental conditions. It is not about a place or time, like most photographic images, it is about what we do not see naturally.