Kate from that wondrous land from Down Under sent me this amazing rainbow photo:
After the bad weather over the past few days, we had the most sensational sunset last night, and at one point a small vertical band of rainbow appeared in the east, amongst pink clouds reflecting off the sunset. I jumped out of the car and grabbed a photo with my phone – it hasn’t come out brilliantly, and you can’t really see the cooler end of the spectrum, but I thought you might like it for your collection. There was no bow, just this upright band of rainbow colour…
I’ll be doing a post with one of the sunset shots later so you can see just how dramatic it was! (You can click on the blue lines above and it will take you to here blog! 🙂 )
and from the Black Forrest, by Colorado Springs, Elaine sent this one:
This photo was taken last evening ~ Especially for you. Now there is over 3″ of heavy wet snow. Mother Nature… What are you thinking?
I keep thinking… Good for the fire danger because it was so dry here.
How lucky I am to see these beautiful rainbows!
Now you are lucky also!
Yesterday was a very nice day…I am so blessed to have so many wonderful friends from here and around the whole globe. I thank each one of you very much!
Another gift today — last evening, as the sun was starting to set, the clouds broke up; allowing clear skies to appear! Sunshine always gives a huge lift to the spirit!
Elaine from Black Forest, Colorado, sent me this beautiful frozen photo of the frost and fog and hoar frost not far from her home. It looks like the photo is in black and white, but in reality it was just that cold.
Then Linda, from very large ranch in Alberta, Canada, sent me this stunning sunrise.
The world is just a beautiful place!