It's always exciting to see a bow of prismatic colors appearing in the heavens just after the rain;
even more special when two!
While at the beach for our annual week-long trip with mother and the girls in the family
tropical storm Ana came and went, leaving a double rainbow.
A beautiful sight.
Reminder of a promise.
Lasting only a short while; quickly fading from two to one.
To help put the distance of the rainbow in perspective,
do you notice anything at the very bottom of this picture?
Two people, walking along the water's edge.
The rainbows are so very far away.
A view down the coast line.
Night fell as the final rainbow said goodbye.
"Whenever the rainbow appears in the clouds,
I will see it and remember the everlasting
covenant between God and all living creatures
of every kind on the earth."
While the Mr. and I were watching a movie in the great room,
painted white and bright,
the walls quickly began turning to every shade of yellow and orange.
We looked at each other.
Then looked outside.
Surprised; finding the early evening sky as if it were on fire.
Our view was just above the trees and lasting only minutes.
Our son is a photographer and lives across town.
The sunset; sky on fire.
"That men may know from the rising to the setting of the sun
that there is no one besides Me.
I am the Lord,
and there is no other."
I hope you have a wonderful weekend sweet friend!
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