Friday, August 19, 2011

Skywatch Friday - Welcome Home

Drop by Skywatch Friday and check out skies from around the world.

Coming home from a vacation in Iowa, we were greeted by this rainbow just outside of Billings. What a wonderful welcome home present.


Hilary said...

Beautiful.. And it reminds me of the rainbow I saw just moments after finding out I was finally (after 4 years of trying) pregnant with my first child.. exactly 25 years ago, this month.

Linda said...

Lovely - you were certainly welcomed home in style.

Jackie said...

Lovely, the last one I tried to photograph was partially obscured by low lying cloud.

Gale said...

Reminds me of the song "Take me home country roads." :-)

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Nice composition in your photo.


VM Sehy Photography said...

Thank you for the kind comments everyone.

Hilary - I'm glad the photo brought back good memories.

Linda - This is definitely the best welcome home gift nature has given us so far. Usually, it's hail and high winds near Livingston. I'll take the rainbow any day.

Jackie - Perhaps your next rainbow won't be under cloud cover. Usually, I have houses blocking mine.

Gale - I love Take Me Home Country Roads. I'm a big John Denver fan. We usually try to take the country roads home, but on our cross country trips, we take the freeway because we need to get back on a certain day. Kind of a shame. Maybe someday we'll have more time to wander.

Tatjana - I'm really pleased with this shot considering I was contorted into a strange position thanks to the seat belt. Then I had to shoot out the back window of the car. Not the best conditions for photography.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

It's almost impossible to get that much of a rainbow while at ground level. I'm glad you contorted yourself!


Sky so high,
Sky so blue,
Tell me why
I love you.

© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher


VM Sehy Photography said...

Magical Mystical Teacher - I truly lucked out with the vantage point for that rainbow. I almost always have something blocking the bottom portions. One of the reasons I love Montana so much is there's still some countryside left.