To think of the unexpected, of the rare and experientially unlikely. To immerse in the quotidian from a timeless perspective. The experience is likened to the isolation of a single drop of water, captured in timeless levitation. The droplet unveils the majesty of its surface tension, stubbornly keeping its aqueous form despite external influences. The moment, however fleeting, allows the droplet to defiantly represent reality while ignoring the proportional scale. In the end, it is, however, only a drop.