On two consecutive days, we found ourselves parked at the far end of the park near the community boat launch. As it often the case in spring, there was flooding beyond the parking lot by that certain tree. I have seen it flooded much more than this, but every year is different.
Both days were on the dull side, particularly the second day, so I converted the photos to mono.
This is the first photo. The water was too disturbed for a good reflection, but the lone gull added a point of interest.
There was a reflection on the second day, so I photographed both the tree and the reflection and, except for converting to mono, I processed minimally to capture the bleakness of the day.
While I am at it, here is a photo off to the side of this temporary pond. Once again, there is a gull, and I like the little island in the foreground. I think the three patches of grass on the lower right diagonal make for a leading line and a repeated element. I mean it (and the others above) are not stellar photos, but, to repeat a refrain, it is nice to get out and shoot something.