I’m in Washington D.C. and about to get caught in a nasty storm. Luckily, I’m close to the Hirschhorn Museum so I take shelter there. I ride out the storm going from exhibit to exhibit until I look out a window and see the wind has slacked and the rain has stopped. From my vantage point over the courtyard I notice a number of tables and chairs have been moved around by the straight line winds. The sky has started to brighten which makes the chairs glisten from the rain. There was nothing remarkable about these chairs before the rain, but now the reflected light and water droplets combine with the stainless steel surfaces to create a compelling image that looks much better in black and white.