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Raindrops on leaves – most magical green – saturated colors that excite.
Crepe myrtle leaves dripping with rain.
Flowering dogwood with bursts of green and red.
A rather rare occurrence here in Northeast Florida in early June – a long steady rain. After an extremely dry late winter and spring, rain has returned in a big way. Afternoon thunderstorms fill once dry ponds and bogs and gardens brim with life and color.
Bald cypress branches hang low with wetness – maidenhair ferns pop with color and a chubby garden bird delights.
Even the old boy himself can tolerate the rain…
…for a little bit at least.
Pirate “enjoying” the rain. ^.^
And a blast of the most unnatural pink you’ll ever see!