The sun streaks through the fall foliage at sunrise along the Potomac River in Arlington, Va., Wednesday, November 4, 2015 on a warm fall day in the nation's Capitol area. (Photo by J. David Ake/AP Photo)
Tommy Lindsey holds an enormous maple leaf that he found in Mount Vernon, Wash., October 28, 2013. Lindsey was walking with his family when he picked up the leaf that is more than two feet from stem to tip and more than 21 inches wide. (Photo by Frank Varga/The Skagit Valley Herald)
Members of the public admire trees displaying their autumn colours at the Royal Horticultural Society Garden Wisley on October 26, 2011 in Wisley, England. Many deciduous trees have now changed colour as they begin to shed their leaves for Autumn. An extended period of leaf colour change has come about this year due to a warm, dry Spring prompting an early growth spurt and a premature colour change. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)
lasgow-based artist Jim Lambie can transform any space into a visual delight with his geometric tape designs. Using everyday vinyl tape, he creates angles and lines of contrasting colors that suggest movement and optical illusions. He can convert a once empty and quiet room into a space filled with energy. As viewers enter a converted space, they instantly have a visual interaction with the artwork.
Student Rabindra Bharati University celebrates the Holi festival, Color Festival on February 26, 2018 in Kolkata, India. Holi, the popular Hindu spring festival of colours is observed in India at the end of the winter season on the last full moon of the lunar month, and will be celebrated on March 1 this year. (Photo by Debajyoti Chakraborty/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
A Hindu devotee displays his inked hand after taking part in the religious festival of Holi in Vrindavan, in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India, March 8, 2017. (Photo by Cathal McNaughton/Reuters)
The sun shines on trees that are displaying their autumn colours surrounding Palladian bridge and the lakeside Pantheon at the National Trust's Stourhead on November 3, 2010 near Warminster, England. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
People don’t realize how much our exterior can affect our mood. If we make ourselves smile, we might feel a little better, yet if we frown, we soon get the irresistible urge to listen to Blues and weep over the days long gone. The same goes for our clothing. Many people, especially the elderly, tend to dress in the same old rags, without ever feeling the need to change something about their appearance. However, as Cue Qozop clearly demonstrates in his Spring – Autumn photoset, clothes can completely alter the appearance and the mood of the wearer. Elderly people dressed in young people’s clothes look much younger and happier. They look as if they are full of vigor and are about to set out on an amazing adventure.