I saw this when I was walking doggo home from our walk this morning. It was a fine drizzle in the air, the sun was shining behind me, and right at the top of the hill, you could see this long bar of rainbow colours. It wasn’t really a rainBOW, it was more a straight line sitting down on the horizon. The violet was right down on the tops of the trees. It lasted just a few minutes and wasn’t very bright, but it was so deep and so unusual, I thought you might like it for your collection.
I do, Kate! Thank you ever so much!
I am the luckiest person — I am gifted rainbows from everywhere and all around the world!
From my heart to your heart,
I hope you’re getting some well-earned rest after the hay marathon. If we were neighbours, I’d be coming in for a couple bales myself, to feed my forthcoming little flock when the weather’s a bit too dry for good forage.
I’m sending you two photos. The first is a rainbow directly in the East, an unusually fiery one. We currently have loads of black clouds hanging over us; it’s 27°C/80°F at nearly 7pm, and the humidity’s at about 75%. No rain, but plenty of water in the air! Directly in the west is one of our ‘Queensland Special’ sunsets, all garish colour and lots of it. Part of the reason the rainbow looks so red!
Thank you, Thank You, THANK YOU ever so much!
Your friend on a western Colorado farm,