This photo was taken on March 13, 2020 at 5:33 AM.
The location was at
the covered drive in entrance to a small, but friendly hotel near the Georgetown
section of Washington DC.
The "Take It!"
was an easy decision - the actual determination of how to describe the vision took
some time to develop.
One of the great
contributing things about this hotel is the concrete entrance driveway which is
covered. This allows vehicles to arrive on a rainy day and pull on to a dry surface
and begin their dripping from those places on the vehicle that have captured water
from being in transit. Tracking where these drips originate from would be
impossible - I am just a recorder of the results, for which I am happy.
On many a day when
it rains - I have found myself walking the length of this driveway in search of
candidate water drip shapes or patterns. Sometimes I will encircle an odd
shaped drip to see if a recognizable shape will emerge from no matter what angle I
approach it. For me - it is an all to much fun game to play.
Here is hoping you
too have a perchance encounter with a drip shape that catches your eye.
Wishing you my very
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Sally (Tuesday, 25 August 2020 11:59)
My daughter asked where the dog is, I can't see it either.
Jim (Tuesday, 25 August 2020 12:00)
I see a smiley face with a giant mouth.
SF1967 (Tuesday, 25 August 2020 12:01)
For some odd reason this reminds me of, and makes me picture, those old Sunday comics in the paper.
MHampy (Tuesday, 25 August 2020)
Do you ever make your own "driveway drips"?
GeorgieProf (Tuesday, 25 August 2020 12:04)
If you flip it over, it looks like a Moon Jellyfish.
xXRodriguezXx (Tuesday, 25 August 2020 12:05)
Awww, how adorable! I can just picture them sitting there thinking about their future. It is so romantic!
Bruce (Friday, 04 September 2020 18:52)
Thank you to everyone who sent a comment on this imagination stretching photo.
To Sally: I have to confess - the finding of the dog - is not easy. I used the bump in the water plot between the heads - as the imaginary top of the dog's head. A filler if you will - lol. Thank you again - for your question and thoughtful comments
To MHampy: I have not made any water images. I have thought about doing it - but I think the random offerings found - are far better than I could ever hope to produce. Thank you for your question and frequent comments