Saturday, July 26, 2014

Rainbow...


...just down the street. Like a vision. Perhaps a sign that there still hope for this old, messed-up world?

16 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Oh, such a lovely rainbow!! Great capture for the day, Lowell, as always!!

William Kendall said...

Very pretty, Lowell!

RedPat said...

I am always thrilled to see them and head outside anytime there is a possibility of one appearing! It's good to have you back. ;-)

Randy said...

Welcome back! Did you find that pot of gold?

llandudnopictures said...

Always a special sight!

Karl Demetz said...

Lovely image, rainbows are so pretty!

Birdman said...

Do you recall Crabby Appleton? Think Mickey Mouse Club. Sure it wasn't named after him.

Bibi said...

I would so love to see a permanent rainbow here....my roof is leaking and the workers need five straight days of hot, dry weather...ain't gonna happen soon, darn.

EG CameraGirl said...

Nice one, Lowell! I rarely see rainbows here north of Toronto and they always seem to be in a murky sky. I wonder what THAT means.

Small City Scenes said...

Well a rainbow is a sign of good luck. There is always hope. MB

Sharon Anck said...

So gorgeous! When I see rainbows there always seems to be tall buildings or power lines in the way. This shot of great.

Judy said...

There is always hope.
Whenever I see a rainbow, there is always wires and stuff in the way. You not only got the rainbow but a nice landscape too!

magiceye said...

So pretty!!

Kay said...

Beautiful! Glad to see you're back to blogging! And yes, there's got to be hope...I hope, I hope...
(I'm off on a short adventure, tho I'll have posts while I'm gone. Just no nosing around to see what others are up to. See you again @ the end of the week.)

Halcyon said...

Did you go looking for the pot of gold?

Kate said...

I'm afraid that it will take more than this beautiful rainbow to enlighten humankind.

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson