When I started my walk in the park, it was overcast but dry. Only five minutes in, raindrops hit tentatively, and then with conviction. With my little umbrella I protected my head and the camera. I did wonder whether a lightning bolt would put an end to me, or whether I would get totally drenched, but kept walking, and as I turned the corner westward on the north side, the intensity let up, and in another couple of minutes the sun poked a hole in the sky, and lo! this rainbow appeared. As it should have. Unlike the foggy rainbow a few days ago, this one stood out and declared itself. I particularly liked the way that the left side bottomed in the water, so if you believe in the pot of gold thing you’d want to put on your diving gear. I had the park practically to myself, and I suspect mine were the only photos of this particular rainbow. Minutes after its appearance, it faded away.
- Paddling in the Rainstorm
- After Rain, New Owl