Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Wow! That's a beauty. Please tell me you didn't go digging in the cemetery for that pot of gold.
That really was quite spectacular! I have never seen a more beautiful rainbow.
Fantastic! That's the most well-defined rainbow I've ever seen. We don't get many rainbows here, but sometimes we get clouds that have colors in them due to ice crystals.
I wonder if a double rainbow has any significant meaning in mountain lore?
Awesome ! fantastic rainbow!
Fabulous! We saw a double rainbow like that at sea once. I took a few pictures, but mostly you just sit and stare!
I've never seen anything like that! Just beautiful!
Very nice, especially the double rainbow shots. I saw one once that ended on one of those huge, roadside crosses you see in Tennessee. I was driving on Interstate 40 and couldn't safely stop at that point for a picture. When I could stop safely, the "pot of gold" spot had moved, of course. Rats!
that is so cool...love seeing double rainbows...the that first one is so vibrant and full too...great capture vicki
Wow! So beautiful, glad you caught this photo and shared it with us.
This indeed the Mother of all rainbows! Actually I see two rainbows. Would Noah's rainbow surpass this one?Thanks for your comment! I should now read "Hans Brinkers and the Silver Skates".The author is American, but I have to look up her name.
That is a fantastic rainbow! I haven't seen one like that in a while. Great pic Vicki!
Wow! No need for a pot of gold at the end. The treasure is just in seeing this. Thank you.
No kidding! Spectacular for sure...
Well, wouldn't you just know it? We get the rain...you get the rainbow...and the gold. Wrong side of the mountain again.
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