Like a rainbow…

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While I catch you up on what is happening in my life, I thought we could look at some pretty pictures of rainbows… wait, is it still a rainbow if it wasn’t made by rain?

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These ‘rainbows’ were made by light passing through a chandelier at my mother-in-law’s house. Yes, we are still living there. Our one-month home renovation turned into a two-month project. But we start moving back home tomorrow!!!

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And, soon, I will show you the pictures of our fancy new kitchen and living room and stuff.

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I like that one.

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Look at the colors. Purple is a cool color.

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That one is kind of artsy.

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The world needs more round and oval rainbows.

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Now how come, in that one, the shapes are reversed, but the colors are going the same direction? Nature is a mystery.

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I even got Cuca and Racha in on the fun.

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They seem to be enjoying themselves.

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4 Responses to Like a rainbow…

  1. No: no rain, no rainbow; by order of, da managemen’. But they’re still pretty cool, regardless of what they’re called. Happy moving day tomorrow!

  2. Christopher says:

    Some of those are so intense I think I can even see the indigo. Okay, most of the time I feel like “indigo” was just made up because “ROY G. BV” would be too hard to pronounce, but sometimes I think I see a band of darker blue between the blue and the violet.
    As a traditional symbol of hope it doesn’t matter if there’s no rain…we find our rainbows where we can.

    • I just Googled it to be sure, and the number vary, but humans are supposed to be able to see between 6 and 10 million colors… except for one article that said 42… We have been looking at a lot of paint samples for the remodel. And I am all art-side-of-the-brain. I live colors. But two colors that are almost identical… do all those millions of shades each have a name?

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