Sometimes a visual experience will tingle my brain so pleasantly that I pause to take a photo. Possibly to remember the experience, or capture an echo of it, or try to recreate it in some small way at a remove of time, location, and all other sensory information.
Here is some lovely surface-of-water texture from a canal in Osaka:
In the open sunlight, and with some natural elements visible, here is a segment of the pond around this temple in Kyoto.
This post's theme word is jargoon, "a colorless, pale yellow, or smoky variety of zircon." The runoff inlet resembled jargoon in monsoon season.