The floor was still wet though rain has stopped. I went straight to the pathway to continue with the panorama, which had not been painted for the pass couple of rainy days. Sitting on the edge of the plant bed, I scanned the view of the segment to paint, which included part of the treetops and residential towers behind. I enjoyed listening to the whistles and chirps of the birds hopping on the trees, while the sun began to raise casting soft shadows on the pathway. Though depicting geometric form is never my cup of tea, yet it sometimes serves as a ruler measuring proportions of the scene. But the towers in this view looked so forceful that I prefer to paint the canopies of trees before filling in the towers above them. At the same time I used vibrant tones on the canopies to emphasize it as the frontal element, and diminished the images of the tower to become softer.