The fact that cloud formations are by their nature temporary makes you appreciate them more. How often have you looked up at spectacular clouds, and had to keep watching as they scud across the sky at the mercy of winds on high? Our skies out here in Western Washington State are often gray, but there are zillions of shades of gray, and change from minute to minute. We enjoy taking the ferry from Edmonds over to Kingston on the Kitsap Peninsula, and last month’s clouds were especially picturesque.
Someone was getting rained-on over there!
But look what we found when we were driving off the ferry in Kingston. This is the epitome of temporary!
If you look very closely at the upper right corner of this photo, you see that it’s a double rainbow. I was pleased to see how well it came out, given that it was taken from the passenger-side window of a moving car.