It was raining one late afternoon and I sat on a plastic chair facing the door in our kitchen that used to open in the rose plantation. The formation of the droplets of water that fell from the sky onto the chajja over the door looked very interesting.


In fact, it so drew me towards itself that I took out my camera and started taking snaps. I caught the droplets in their various stages of formation.


The round shiny globules caught in the mid air reflected the diffused light of the sun that was hidden behind the clouds.






The droplets are barely visible in the images below becasue of their being absolutely transparent.

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