I know what you mean - if I have to leave the house early in the morning at this time of year the sun is right in my eyes for the first quarter of a mile or so, and driving is a nightmare. I don't have any particular eye problem, I'm just blinded by the light, as they say.
On the other hand, I agree with Fruit Bat, Autumn is a beautiful season - mist and mellow fruitfulness. Then again, a crisp, cold winter's day is pretty invigorating, and as for those spring mornings......
Sitting in the garden on a sunny summer's day takes some beating, too; bees on my lavender, and damsel flies on the pond.
I was very lucky some years ago to visit Singapore and other places in the Far East for my work. I was in the company of my host who travelled with me from England and who had lived in our country for about 18 months.
It was late January at home and I said to him how lovely it was to be in such a warm and pleasing temperature.....surely he missed it in England.
A very brisk reply came back, no said he. The seasons in the UK are magnificent varying as they do providing a changing context to the year. I became quite nostalgic.