Monday, April 29, 2013

Held In The Light

It rained much of yesterday. Dark, broody clouds, big rain drops pounding the roof.  A dogs sleeping in the wool house sort of day.  As evening approached, it tried several times to clear off.  I kept looking for a rainbow as it poured in bright sunlight, but never found one.  It's probably that you can't see the rainbow if you are standing in the pot of gold.





18 comments:

Alice said...

I thank you God for most this amazing day, for the leaping greenly spirits of trees.......ee cummings would love these captures ;-)

DFW said...

Holy Moly! Those are frame worthy! Absolutely stunning.

Tombstone Livestock said...

Love your pot of green and gold ....

gowestferalwoman said...

SPRING HAS ARRIVED!!!!

well, on your farm it did... ;)

CathyD. said...

What a great saying! "You can't see the rainbow if you're standing in the pot of gold".
That's just how I feel.
Much classier than "the grass is always greener over the septic tank".

Susan said...

What a beautiful place in the world you have.

Dreaming said...

Your photos really show the light well. The coloring is so unusual!

Margaret said...

So lovely--aren't you glad that you were outside to capture such a magical moment!

thecrazysheeplady said...

Only lasted about two minutes. I guess the super golden color was due to the sun reflecting off dark skies? Magic, none the less :-).

Terry and Linda said...

I think you were right...your farm was IN the rainbow! LOVELY!

Linda
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Terry said...

Love that golden light!
So nice to see Maisie one of the herd.

Tyche's Minder said...

Um...wow.

Peruby said...

I think this is what Crayola had in mind when they created the crayon color "spring green".

Far Side of Fifty said...

Now that is green..what a beautiful bunch of photos..the light is perfect! :)

Sheepmom said...

That light is magical. A blesing on your farm, for sure. And how nice to SEE spring even if we haven't gotten there yet.

Wol 'n Draad said...

These photo's are amazing!! You must live in the pot of gold! I'm sure of it now! :-)
Love, Ineke

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

Lovely pot of gold!

Ed said...

Fantastic shots..:-))

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