Wet Gingko Leaves
The Seattle Japanese Garden has three large Gingko trees. The leaves on these trees turn bright yellow in the fall. They collect on the ground in many locations. But a photographer has to be fast, because the gardeners sweep them up almost as fast as they fall. The leaves are quite interesting in shape and texture. Add some raindrops and they are visually fascinating.
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