For the December solstice (today), we made a GIF showing the axial tilt of the Earth—i.e. what makes the sun appear high or low in the
sky depending on the season. It came from two original pages, showing six months each. Both had the caption “Positions de la Terre devant
l'éclairement solaire, à midi, pendant les douze mois de l’année.” If you were to take a picture from the sun’s perspective at midday, this is what you’d see (given you were the same distance away).