Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Look what I found!

Our city park downtown has a water play area where water runs over stones and sprays too. It is a fun way to cool off for any age but mostly, one sees children playing in it. No kids playing in the water this day. . . just a rainbow! No matter where I moved to, it seemed to follow me!

*******ALL FINISHED -- 25 in all!********

CLICk to enlarge and see colors better.


Pam said...

Isn't colour a wonderful thing! Congratulations on finishing all that lovely work!

Viola said...

I'm stunned! So extraordinary and beautiful. Did you lay down under the rainbow to wish you something..? Well, I guess you would get too wet then.. :/ And maybe no need to do so, as you said.., the rainbow was following you.... :) Have a nice day! :)

Viola said...

Hi again! Wondering if it's still night/early morning at your place?.. :) With a difference of 8 hrs? Here the time is 12:24 pm.
I've changed my writing to white letters for a while in my blog, but I think it will be another color in the end.. I think the white writing gets too sharp for my eyes.. :) Thanks for your vote! :)

Malyss said...

Did you find the golden pot just under it?..Ü
And did you do all the scarfes yourself?!!What a work!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Nice shots of the rainbow. Reminds me of playing under the water sprinkler when I was a little girl. More than grass got watered. ;-)

SandyCarlson said...

Beautiful rainbows--and your handiwork is very lovely.

Yolanda said...

It has been awhile since I heard from you but I see you are still finding beauty everywhere.

Elaine said...

Cool rainbow . . . that photo could go with an essay about optimism or blessings in disguise.

storyteller said...

I'm catching up today and have enjoyed all your posts. These rainbow shots are lovely.
Hugs and blessings,

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