What is bright indirect light? instead of trying to use your eyes to judge brightness, use them to ask: what exactly am i look at when there is bright indirect light?
answer: the open sky without a direct line of sight to the sun.
if you are looking at a patch of the sky and the entire disk of the sun is in view, then you are getting direct sun (obviously!)
if you are looking at a patch of the sky and the sun is elsewhere, then you are getting indirect light - just as in this photo. ask these plants what they are looking at - they'll say "a patch of the sky"
this is what your "bright indirect light/low light" type of plants want during the day. when the sun shines directly on them, photosynthesis is working to the max but so is transpiration (evaporation from leaf pores). in the short term, this means water usage will be rapid and you will need to be vigilant in checking soil moisture because just a few hours of direct sun on an already wilted plant can k**l it. in the long term, even if you're able to keep up with the watering, some leaves may appear faded/bleached.
A tiny oviferum in a tiny p*t 💙 would you guys like to see things like little terracotta pots and top dressing in my shop? or maybe little diy kits with little plants, pots, soil and top dressing? i love tiny things and always snap them up when i find them but i don't know if i'm alone in that?