I think that the water will just absorb the raindrop and get blended with the water already their.
I think that the water will trickle in between the little grains of sand.
I predict that the water will drop onto the leaves of the tree and trickle down until it hits a flat surface.
I think that the grass will get hit by the water but then soon roll down onto the dirt under it.
I think that the dirt will absorb the water but then slowly straggle down.
I predict that the water will lay on top of the concrete and just stay there until the water dries.
The water droplet made a splash rise as it met the surface of the water, getting sucked into the surrounding water.
The water landed right on top of the sand and got absorbed in them. After a couple seconds I noticed that the grains stuck together and became hard.
The water droplet got placed onto the leaves then kept its shape. Then after the droplet got heavy enough the water slowly streaming down to the ground.
The grass or moss had the same reaction that the tree did. The droplet kept its shape then soon trickled down.
The water lay on top of the dirt and soaked into the dirt. After a little while you could see slowly the water seeking deeper and deeper into the surface.
The water droplet bounced once then landed back onto the concrete. I looked closely and noticed that the water actually got absorbed in to the little holes in the concrete rocks.
I wanted to see the splash in slow motion so I could observe more I. When I watched the video noticed that a little amount of water rises strait up which I thought was interesting.
I was surprised but not that surprised because the water did what I was expected.
I was very surprised that the water kept it shape when it hut the tree but it was expected when it fell down.
Since trees and grass are alike I thought that this will be the same like so.
I wasn't really surprised what happened but i was surprised that the water first got collected then once there was enough it started streaming down instead going right away.
I was really surprised i did not expect the water to get absorbed. I always thought that when the concrete outside got rained on the sidewalks just dry.