It would be fun to watch the constant changes.
Dear Emma, I suspect we're seeing changes all the time --most fun in puddles though!
It seems random but it all connects on some level.
It does, Rick, from the tremendous down to the sub-atomic --good thing too!
I so enjoy the mental image of a single raindrop as an event, and puddles as infinite examples of ever-changing geometry. I will think of that the next time it rains - which might be today, by the look of the sky. Have you been getting the storms that some parts of California have been suffering through? I hope all is well where you are.
O Jenny, it's real wet here, flooded creeks and mudslides in the mountains. After years of drought, the state got unused to rain.
I imagine there will be a lot of damage. Stay safe, eh?
I will drive carefully and keep out from under giant redwoods!
You have been having quite a lot of raindrops lately. Too much or too little always has its consequences.
Quite true. After 8 dry years we have a generation of drivers who have never encountered sustained, heavy rain. Lots of sirens!
You bet it never ends. :)
An optimistic bet that I like very much.
Haha. Thank you! Have a bright looking week ahead.
I like that image your poem describes, and the Normaphoto - and rain (in moderation) - spheres overlapping in suppleness, water being at the same time soft and strong, clear and blurring, raindrops' melodies and the "swish!" when a car drives through a puddle.
Dear Brigitta, since childhood,puddles have been among my favorite things.
Love the poem and the whole concept if it. Envy you your rain as in Perth it is SOOOO dry and not a drop this year so far.Keep safe though as too much water is as bad as not enough.
Thank you, Mimsie. California has seen so little rain these past several years, it's a bit scary to see it return in such volume.