While waiting for a fried to meet me at a local nature park in mid-October of this year, I saw a series of sprinklers turn on and spray the lawns of a nearby business. At first I was attracted by the light filtering through the airborne water droplets but when I came closer to the vegetation along the edge of the lawn I noticed that the spray of the sprinkler turned a couple of red sumac leaves over. The fine water drops on the white surface of the leaves sparkled like jewels and gave the leaves a beautiful texture. I chose a vertical format for my shot to show off the two leaves which had turned over.
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