These pictures depict a slightly different period of time of the day during a rainy season. Topmost photo shows how dim it was right after a light downpour. I was nearer at the subject which made the reflection of the trees’ color more significant on the water which was aided by the sun’s direct subdued shine on the trees. In the second photo, as I move the angle to the left side of the river, the subject was farther away from the camera. It resulted to a bit thicker contrast due to the camera’s facing the direction of the sun’s covered light.
As the sun was evidently in appearance, it became brighter, illuminating the whole panorama decreasing its contrast and shadows. These shots were done with a five-minute interval each at the lower reached of the river in Leganes town.