That is this week’s theme for Dale and K’lee‘s Cosmic Photo Challenge. Visit both of them to see their always-amazing interpretations, and learn how to play along. They welcome your most extreme creativity from straight shots to post-processing par excellence!
San Diego, California in the USofA, is located in a coastal desert. Authorities claim we’ve averaged 10.34″ of rainfall a year over the last 30 years, but I suspect they round up to the next inch every time they measure — real glass-half-full kinds of folks.)
Every now and then, we do get enough rain to saturate the clay-infused ground and create some splash-worthy puddles. Some last a few days. That’s what I found a couple days after one of last winter’s storms, with the wind at a complete standstill.
I do love my iPhone camera — convenient and always ready.