from → Newton
Very nice photos Adam.
That was some wild weather this evening. I was at the Countryside Spring Fling on the playground. There were 100′s of people, slides, dunk tanks, food, music etc. Big dark nasty clouds kept forming, threatening, but then slipped by. Suddenly one came ripping through, the sky got dark, the wind started howling, lightening bolts flying, rain pouring and hundreds of people running for cover trying to drag all the equipment and food with them. It was definitely an exciting weather event, not soon forgotten by that crowd.
Nice job catching the rainbow on film (well, digital I presume). It lasted for an incredibly long time (close to 45 minutes by my watch). Nothing like Spring rainbows to brighten a day.
I was lucky enough to catch it! Haven’t seen a double rainbow since summer of 2011 in Vermont! Stunning…
Sorry, I missed it. What was it advertising?
Here’s ,a href=”http://www.blogsofsteel.com/village14/files/2013/06/Rainbow.jpg”>a photo that Anna Bulkin took that same day of a rainbow over Upper Falls.
Try again – Here’s the photo
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