There was monsoon and was a heavy shower all the day. It was a Sunday and I was feeling very enthusiastic about photography. I wanted to go out with my shooting kit and click some good pics. I was not in a position of losing a Sunday without shooting any good picture. But I was holding myself in because; going outside and shooting in rain can damage my lenses, which will definitely prove costly to me. I was sitting beside the window and thinking what to do. Suddenly, I observed the droplets of rain in my window. I observed that, after formation, each of the droplets rests for a while and then climb down to let new droplets form in place of it. I decided to shoot the droplets. It would be the best subject of the day. But how to capture those ? It was a rainy day and so the settings of the camera had to be set to match the lighting condition. Since the glass is transparent, the background is bound to come up and has to be blurring. The best thing was that the background was green. Some of the nearby roads and cars etc came into the capture but I cropped it later on, and hence the result.