Just a few photos today, as it was overcast and rainy here for most of the day. Feeling at a bit of a loss as to what to do for today's photography, after I finished eating lunch I grabbed my camera and coat, walked across the bridge, and stood in the shelter of the small gazebo that sits back amidst the trees on the other side of our casting pond. As it was pretty cool out and I didn't have a whole lot of lunch hour left, I figured my best bet once again was to work with what I had—in this case, rain water.
The first thing that caught my eye was the way the water drops clung to the various branches around me:
I then decided to try getting some closeups of the water as it dripped off the edges of the gazebo's roof:
I was amazed at how well you can see the upside-down reflection of our office building in this drop:
Finally, a lucky catch of a mid-drip moment to close out today's post: