Droplets Left Behind.
The spring rain, when it falls undisturbed by wind in the stillness of morning before dawn, leaves behind jewel-like droplets on the smooth surfaces of new leaves and flower petals.
The heavy, falling rain will bend the slender leaves of a purple iris from their vertical orientation to horizontal, so they can receive the rain and form them into beaded droplets after the storm passes.
Camera: iPhone 11pro
Editing: Hipstamatic app
Photographer: Russ Murray aka “remages”
Location: Somewhere in Stamford, CT
See you tomorrow…