An almost perfect double rainbow! It doesn’t happen very often around here…but when it does, I find myself in awe and admiration of our Creator!
I was in my car, and it was quite difficult, but I tried my best to get a good photo of it while I was stopped at the stoplight. Unfortunately, the light turned green, and I had to go before the people behind me got mad.
I guess they didn’t see it, or else they wouldn’t have cared that I wasn’t moving!
Join in the fun, and take the challenge….what or who are you in admiration of?
In response to this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge .
I thoroughly enjoyed watching this moment, this child, as he gathered all his cars together for a little circle time!
This little guy loves to be enveloped in his favorite blanket. If he’s not enveloped in it, it’s certainly not far behind…a little boy and a his blanket, a pretty happy place indeed.
Snug as a bug, he’s perfectly content in his happy place!
This is my contribution for this week’s photo challenge, enveloped. You might want to take a look at what other people have contributed by going here, or better yet, join in the fun and share a photo of your own interpretation of the challenge.
We were sitting in the airplane waiting for take-off when this huge wall of a sand/dirt cloud rolled up. The forces of nature were seriously at work that day in a way that I have never seen before!
I’m told that this particular “force of nature” is called an haboob:
Definition: A haboob (Arabic: هَبوب habūb “blasting/drafting”) is a type of intense dust storm carried on an atmospheric gravity current. Haboobs occur regularly in arid regions throughout the world.
It took a little while for the dust to settle, and for the plane to take off…but in the mean time, I enjoyed watching this spectacular sight, especially from where I was sitting, safe inside the great big plane!
Oh the forces of nature…they are found everywhere you look, some are subtle and some, like this haboob, come roaring in!