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Monday, September 21, 2009
Early this morning we had some much needed rain- the first in three weeks.
By mid-morning all that was left was damp ground, fresh air, and some lovely raindrops clinging to leaves. The clover leaves create platters for drops to collect.
The reddish witch grass is almost always spangled with droplets
And the jackpine still held to a few drips.
See Rain on a Small Roof
See Sun and Rain