I know I indicated that yesterday's post Back To The Garden - Part 3 was to be continued ... well, it will be ... actually it is being continued ... but just not in the way I had initially intended.
I've discovered a couple of things in the past few days that I couldn't wait to share ...
I've written about Rainbows several times before. I not sure why it is but ... I Love Rainbows ... and I think the reason might be that they bring out the child in me ... filled with awe ... and wonder ... and innocent playfulness. I even wrote a quote about Rainbows once ...
"What is it about rainbows that always makes me smile?" Susan Schanerman
In any event, I found a series of 30 photos of Rainbows from all around the world the other day. This is how MSN described them:
"Where there's rain and sun together, look for a rainbow -- an often -- breathtaking display of light, color and scale."
Since Rainbows are one of Nature's most magnificent expressions, and I talked at length yesterday about Nature ... I figured it's not so far off track to include them in the Garden theme ...
|Rainbow halo shortly before sunrise on a ridge near Kilimanjaro, Tanzania|
I've never seen anything like it ... have you?
|Rainbow clouds over the Ogilvie Mountains, Yukon Territory, Canada|
The entire series can be found HERE:
I hope you enjoy them as much as I did ...