The garlic is under water for the second time in about a week.
The garden slopes a bit (from left to right in the picture), so there's a big puddle in what is usually the main path into the garden. There are canals along the perpendicular paths, leading to the puddle.
Over the winter, the ground settled where the garlic is planted, so those two rows are canals now too. The early garlic is visible, looking a bit like rice plants, along the far edge of one canal. The regular variety is shorter at the moment, and entirely submerged.
Tomorrow's forecast calls for more rain. And snow.