I’m a sap for a seep
In American English a seep is a place where underground water oozes to the surface, as opposed to a spring, where water flows out of the ground more quickly. Near the Sierra Nevada entrance to Great Hills Park are two seeps that might better be considered a single seep because they’re so close together on opposite sides of a trail. On March 18th I continued my present penchant for abstract pattern pictures by portraying picturesque portions of both parts. Here are a few samples.
© Steven Schwartzman