When there is a misty drizzle, I love to see water droplets form on plants in the garden and along the trail. Not a good day for sitting by the river, above, but it is beautiful in passing.
Nasturtiums gather water droplets at their starry centers and fountain grass seed heads become saturated bottle brushes.
The red maples are the first to turn. The other trees– birch, ash and sugar maple, are yellowing.
Jewelweed lives up to its name, the droplets glistening like miniature crystal balls. Likewise, canna buds and blossoms, and asters, too, are bejeweled.
Hope you enjoyed this misty day meander with me. (Click any photo to embiggen.)