28 thoughts on “Rainbow Sky Watch Friday

  1. I’m back …
    Oh no, cried blog world … he’s back!

    But guess what, I’m glad I decided to make a comeback.
    If I didn´t rejoin SWF I would never have the chance to see this great photo!

  2. Thank you for joining in with Sky Watch, even though you are towards the end of the list I hope you enjoy many visits..

    Tom

    We have seen more Rainbows this week than at any other time… and many have been of a high quality like this one, thank you for sharing this
    Tom

  3. Thanks to you and others, I get a big lift out of trying to outdo myself and post things that may surprise some and make others laugh a bit and most of all make lots of people aware of things that might not know much about.

    When somebody actually takes the time to write a comment about my work and what I do, that to me is the biggest gift a person can give another. It is a smile on greeting, it is a welcome handshake, and it gives me and my family some hope that the dementia farm is still down the road.

    You, yourself, are an inspiration to me. I come to say, thanks for taking the time to photograph things of interest and great beauty. Without that, blogging would be about as exciting as a wart on the end of my nose.

    And rest assured, when you do visit, I will always try to visit your blog, in return, and leave a comment on your blog. I might not think your photography is ready for the big masterpiece award, but it got my attention.

    Sincerely,

    Abraham Lincoln
    oldmanlincoln in Brookville, Ohio

  4. I have seen a lot of rainbow photos the past couple of weeks. Yours is the best because it is so well defined and perfectly situated to “mediate.” This is a beautiful photograph.

    Ironically, for as many years as I have been photographing landscapes, including sunrise/sunset and storms, I have yet to expose a decent rainbow! Oh well…one of these days.

    Thank you for your kind and thoughtful comment on my SWF post, Quilly. Yes, there is a small amount of luck involved, but I have learned that preparation presents opportunities. Thanks for noticing that.

    I like your writing…I will return.

    Jim

  5. Amber — thank you.

    VE — no, but one end of the thing was over a high rise apartment complex. I assume the owner has already collected all the gold.

    Carletta — thank you.

    Bobbie — thank you.

    April — thank you.

    Shimmy — thank you.

    Tom — I’d already seen two other rainbows — btoh playing Brudda Iz in the back ground — but I posted mine anyway.

    John — thank you.

    Abe — thank you.

    Marie — thank you.

    Dr. John — I hoped to make you smile.

    Juliana — I think the photo could have been a lot better. I want a better camera — but then when the pics don’t turn out there’ll be nothing to blame but me!

    Jim — I have only photographed two rainbows that even remotely came out as such, and I live in the Rainbow State!

    Sandy Carlson — thank you.

    Chime — the manuscript is right around 1000, but I have a notebook stuffed with scribbled ideas and plot points. I’ve done tons of background stuff and world building. I am getting a pretty good handle on my characters. Tomorrow I hope to crank out another two or three pages.

  6. Chime — call anytime. I appreciated your intervention.

    Holly — we live in Makaha. OC works in Manoa — in a basement office with no windows. I actually haven’t seen very many rainbows.

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