As the temperature of the air drops overnight, the surface of plants and flowers cools down. The moisture of the air can’t evaporate. It turns into water. This peculiar interplay of physical entities leads to the formation of the dew. Dew can create some mesmerising sensations, from the soft tickle on your foot as you step into garden to the rosy tint of sunlight that vivifies the leaves of the undergrowth as you poke your head out of a tent. Much of the beauty of dew lies in how ephemeral it is - forming then disappears in just a matter of hours. The same process plays out again and again, and only a scant number of natural phenomena could compete with the simple yet incredible beauty of dew drops.