Rainbows are a blessing from up above, stunning and magical in any language. And as Easter draws near it seems fitting to post some photos depicting the splendour from high above us, one of the greatest natural light shows, signalling hope and renewal after rain.
So when I saw Thurdays Special Physical Phenomenon theme it seemed a perfect opportunity to share some moods of mother nature’s skies.
How strange that this rainbow, over the Franklin River in Tasmania, is only half born.
But then it grew and became a full arch, in all of its glory. Like an upside down smile in nature. Tears and light being born out of a dark place. And colors to inspire and enjoy.
Just like this sunset. A few years ago we spent Easter camped at Little Desert Wildlife Sanctuary and the night skies were spectacular. This sunset reflected off the windscreen of our Pajero, a stunning kaleidoscope of burnt passion colors in the night sky.
And when it’s over, the memories remained. As Dr. Seuss once said, “Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.”
As Easter draws near I wish you all blessings and beauty in painted skies and hope in renewal of nature.
This is in response to Paula’s Thurdays Special Physical Phenomenon
May we always be looking up so that we never miss a rainbow or a sunset in the sky.