Ever notice how light reflected in the rain adds temporary flourish to our landscape?
So cool. By day it’s like adding highlights to a painting.
See the purplish LED on the left and the more yellowish incandescent on the right?
By night it’s magic.
Charles Burchfield uses a lone, red taillight reflection in the lower left of his “Rainy Night” from 1930.
And there’s a little green reflection in the lower right of this ClockTower photo:
Magic is all around this morning.
Don’t just look on your way to work.