In the late afternoon sun–right around 5:15 PM–light saturates the overgrown, untended, and chaotic backyard garden.
I notice that when the light intervenes, the most unlikely plants take on a certain beauty.
They can’t help it; in the right light, anything might become beautiful. I think this must be true.
When light intervenes, people and circumstances that seem unlikely candidates for it, actually shimmer with beauty.