The theme for this week's Photohunt is "articificial". I'm showing a very ugly photo, but one I think is very appropriate. It's getting close to fall in Alaska. The days are getting shorter, and soon it's going to be time to get out the Light Box to help in preventing Seasonal Affective Disorder. That's unfortunately one of the disadvantages of living in an are where in the winter time you get limited sunlight. Here's what Mayo Clinic has to say: "A light therapy box is a device used mainly to treat seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a type of depression. Light therapy mimics outdoor light. This causes a biochemical change in your brain that lifts your mood and reduces symptoms of seasonal affective disorder. Light therapy boxes are also known as light boxes, bright light therapy boxes and phototherapy boxes."