Friday, April 15, 2011

Rainbows

Love this rainbow I saw on my drive to work this week! I was driving on a big, open, empty highway and snapped this with my phone so it's not the greatest, but still beautiful.


When I lived in New Jersey, I rarely saw rainbows. I was probably ninety minutes out of NYC and it was a heavily populated area, not offering numerous opportunities for rainbows to show their true colors. Since moving to Florida over twenty years ago, I have seen numerous rainbows and I am in awe each and every time.


And yes, if you look closely at this photo, you can see the reflection of my hand on the steering wheel. Thank goodness I didn't need to look closely at what I was doing as this rainbow was beaming in all its glory!

6 comments:

Edie Marie's Attic said...

Hi Joyce!

I love rainbows and the ones in Fla are always so incredible and vivid!

Your daughter looked so beautiful for her prom and congrats to your son on #21... remember when that seemed like such a milestone??

Big hugs, Sherry

Sherri said...

Joyce, what a gorgeous rainbow!!! I love that you can see your hands on the steering wheel-LOL!!! Have a great weekend!

Kay said...

They are amazing, aren't they? When we lived in Chicago, in 35 years I think we only saw two. Here in Hawaii, we see it all the time. We've been here a little over two years and still haven't tired of looking at them. Coincidentally, I just changed my header to one of a rainbow because we've been getting so many showers with rainbows lately.

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Promotional Pens said...

I love a beautiful rainbow.. even more awe inspiring is the rare occasion when you see a double rainbow or one that makes a full arch!