Raindrops on nasturtium leaf
Yesterday morning we enjoyed very light rain for about an hour.
At first I thought that the morning fog must have been very thick to leave so much moisture on the ground and on plants. And then as I stood in the backyard I felt the very soft, light rain.
And then after about fifteen minutes, it stopped.
But look at the glistening water drops it left behind!
Sapphire salvia, which is still producing stalks of blossoms
Coastal buckwheat, soon to be planted in the front garden before the winter rains start.
The lobelia plants are still going strong!