Life’s precious moments
Walking on the flooded beach
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.
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 FATHER‘S DAY!
This weeks DP Photo Challenge is “Forces of Nature”. Living close to the ocean and the intracoastal waters, I’ve snapped a few pictures of storms over the last few years. I find it fascinating how the light changes with the atmospherics of the storms. Here are a few images I’ve selected for this challenge.
You can find other responses to the challenge here. Have a wonderful week. May your skies be sunny and bright.
Wisdom is like the rain.
Its source is limitless,
but it comes down according to the season.
Rain drops reflect the whole.
The whole could be the universe.
The universe could be one life.
Life where clouds alternate with sun light.
Light greys mix with dark whites.
Whites and blues.
Blues composed by a dreaming heart.
Heart that sings in contemplative silence.
Silence colored by falling rain.
Plop, plop, plop
large rain drops
flying yellow leaves
on cool water
the last glow
turning into fall
plop, plop, plop.
Rain fresh pine forest
peace sitting on every branch