Thursday, June 25, 2009

Where's My Pot of Gold?

We had a brief thunderstorm blow through about supper time. These are views of the rainbow I could see looking east from my house. I really need to read the owners manual for my camera so I can get better pictures. Too late now, maybe next time!





13 comments:

Mildred said...

These are beautiful Mary. You really should join the Friday Shoot-Out this week: Colors of the Rainbow! No rules, just click on the Shoot Out blog referenced on my latest post and tell Gordon to add your name. That way, people from all over the country and world can view your rainbow pictures.

Gordon said...

Tremendous rainbows!! I hope you will continue to join us on Fridays. Let me know if you think you will. Your link has been added to our site. Thanks, again.

Sarah Lulu said...

Yes they are so lovely Mary ...
do put Friday Shoot Out on your post next time so we all know to look!!

You can see your name is on the list if you click in my right hand column just above the coffee cup.

Sarah Lulu xx

Mildred said...

Morning Mary, I am delighted you decided to share your rainbow pictures on Friday's Shoot-Out. Next week's theme will be "Celebrate Life" (in your hometown). It's open for interpretation, so have fun and I hope you'll join in again.

Nancy said...

Gorgeous rainbows! Thank you for sharing your photos. They make me wish I still lived on the farm with its open vistas to actually see these wonders. Sigh!

Zaroga said...

Very beautiful shots, Mary.

Aunt Dinah said...

These photos make me miss the wide open spaces and big sky of the High Plains and all their beauty. "Somewhere over the rainbow. . ." Couldn't resist!

Barry said...

Whow--a complete set of real rainbow pictures! What a great Friday shoot out!

Welcome to the Gang!

Natalie said...

Lovely,lovely rainbows. Thanks for showing us, Mary. :D

Vicky said...

lovely rainbows shots!

Linda said...

I love the rainbow pictures. Last year when I went out to visit my daughter's family in Colorado Springs, we saw and photographed a double rainbow. They are almost magical.
My granddaughter is the one on the left; dark hair and wearing glasses.

GingerV said...

Gordon of course she is going to stay with us.... the rainbows are great. look forward to seeing how you depict CELEBRATE LIFE!

Tipper said...

Wow what a rainbow! You did a great job capturing it!