Spray: points of energy at which water is energized into drifts of droplets, applicable to waves or plants in bloom. It is the wind-form of water and plants, especially shrubs. In plants, the energy first bends the form of the plant into a sprout or a sprig, before fully manifesting itself. In water, which is far quicker to response to energy changes, the energy first manifests itself as waves, then crests, then spray. When the wind energy in them is spent, sprays drop out of the air, leaving pure wind, or new fruit, behind.
Sprays of Saskatoon Blossoms in Canada’s Okanagan Valley