Thursday, January 21, 2010

Sky Watch Friday

Rainbow over the harbor 
in front of my house
in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
-a late summer shot!

We have, what I call, 
Rainbow Season,
and I have been fortunate enough
to capture
many rainbows on film.

They never cease to instill
a sense of awe in me.

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J Bar said...

Great rainbow in that sky.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Sylvia K said...

Fantastic rainbow! Love the reflection on the water! Terrific capture! Hope you have a great weekend!


Diane AZ said...

Gorgeous shot, the rainbow reflection is delightful!

KaHolly said...


Anonymous said...

simply delightful.

eileeninmd said...

What a beautiful view and a awesome rainbow. Great capture.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Karen: It does brighten ones day to see a rainbow.

Stephanie said...

Rainbows are happy things.

Terrebel said...


Terrence looks at the sky

Lynne said...

Hello, Thank you for your comment on the Quilt Along blog.
What a lovely blog you have here. I like the idea of a rainbow season.

Anonymous said...

Add a splash of colour to the norm, and the world as we know it changes.

Denise said...

I saw a rainbow today. Couldn't quite understand as there had been no rain and there was a lot of blue in the sky and very little cloud. No mind, it was a rainbow and just like your wonderful photo it was gorgeous. I love how you've got the reflection in the water too. You have a wonderful view in front of your house.

Marvin said...

A Rainbow Season sounds like a wonderful time of year. Beautiful photo.

Stine in Ontario said...

Rainbows fill me with inspiration too. This one is especially lovely because of its reflection!

Audrey said...

I love rainbows :) Don't get to many in Manitoba though. Lots of sundogs which are sort of like a vertical rainbow, but only happen on clear sunny very cold days.
Love the photo!

Niesz Vintage Home said...

How beautiful!
Its been ages since I've seen a real rainbow firsthand. (the ones I make with the garden hose don't count, do they?) LOL

Thanks for sharing your pretty photo.

Carrie P. said...