Reed beds are so atmospheric, add some mist or a heavy dew, maybe a strong wind and the '' feel '' of them changes, sometimes subtly, sometimes dramatically.
Add to this all of the seasonal inhabitants, Warblers, Buntings, squealing Water Rails, Moorhens and squabbling Coots. Cuckoos watch the comings and goings of potential hosts for their eggs - a Hobby Hawk could be hunting Dragonflies.
All is well with the world on such days.
The horizontal lines are cobwebs blowing in the wind rather than scratches
A heavy dew
Sunset over the reed beds