Water has many “faces.”
The mirror for a spring day.
Ripples roll yellow-rimmed shadows, like a spilled bag of marbles.
An abstract shadow of the floating leaf.
Look close — there’s the yellow-rimmed shadows. There’s also faint surface reflections of sky and trees near the bank.
Sky reflections show water movement and faint designs of nearby objects.
Every tiny bubble reflects the same view of above.
Larger bubbles become a “lens” that distorts the circular view around it.
The water’s surface … a Monet painting?
Ice formed into the shape of either a bell or a hat.
The surface of the water freezes. Lines form as the water level gradually drops, and the ice continues to form only where the water touches it.
I have no idea how this ice formed. It had to be magic.