My neighbor Rosie is well named. Her garden is glorious, starting with tulips and daffs in the spring and going right through autumn.
Here's her garden -- the house you see the side of is mine. I have a grand view.
Before I show you a weird thing I saw last night, I wanted to share some beautiful spring flowers with you, courtesy of Rosie!
OK, now -- I need your opinion.
This may look like a lackluster gray sky. Actually, by the time I got home and got the camera, it was sort of lackluster.
But look at the blob of color. It looks a bit like light -- like perhaps the sun is peeking through (this was around 8:30 at night.) And this photo was taken after the clouds moved in a bit -- before, there was clearer sky -- or at least more of it.
The sun was to the right of the trees -- by quite a bit. So it's not that. It looked like a rainbow a bit earlier -- you could clearly see part of the spectrum Red, orange and yellow, and maybe faintly green.
(Oh, and not a rainbow -- there wasn't rain within miles.)
Any idea what this is?
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