Happy Father’s Day, ROY G. BIV! (10 Images)

Roy is not my father. Or any father I know. He’s simply a representative, or an acronym, for the colors of the rainbow: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. And Roy G. Biv is also this week’s DP photo challenge.

As my first response, I have compiled a gallery where each photo represents one color in the rainbow. All made by Mother Nature.

But I have a real rainbow for you too. A scene I captured from my terrace last year. Rainy day turning sunny, as often is the case here in Florida.

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A rainbow beyond the bay.

You can see other responses to this challenge here.

Finally, as Father’s Day is celebrated today in the US and many other countries, I wish all fathers in the readership HAPPY FATHERS DAY!

39 thoughts on “Happy Father’s Day, ROY G. BIV! (10 Images)”

  1. Love the last one, Sand Key park in the foreground, Clearwater in the background … Florida is full of vibrant colors, much more so than the dreary northern climes from which we came.
    Love, hugs and blessings … ME and the Boss

    1. Thank you for your kind comment. Yes, we live in a beautiful place! I’m grateful about that every day. Love, hugs and blessings to you too May your day be wonderful! Tiny

  2. So what does it say about me that I like the lightning pic on your header more? LOL Of course they are all beautiful. Have a great day my friend. ❤

    1. Thanks Karen. One day I saw two dragonflies almost next to each other, one was dark indigo, and the other purple, almost pinkish at the tail. it’s rare that they sit quietly like that.

  3. Love the indigo and violet dragonflies! I love dragonflies but find them kind of difficult to capture on film. The rainbow is huge – what a wonderful shot across the horizon!

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