Tuesday, January 22, 2008


I took this rainbow this afternoon & put it above the native dwelling I see from my backyard.
You can also see my observatory access, (blue ladder) with the rainbow framing my place, if you click to see more images.
The header is a mandala I made from one of the rainbow images.
Over on Planet Earth, I have my baby clone, an RBTA that is taxing my ability to shoot it properly.
Once again, I have Murphy`s slide show in progress. I hope you have all enjoyed it.
For those of you in extremely inclement weather, be careful & try to stay warm.


AndiF said...

Nice rainbow set. I particularly liked the light in _DSC0017 and _DSC0023.

olivia said...

Morning Head and Andi.

What Andi said. I love the rainbows - you picked a good place to settle w/ all the beautiful sunsets and now rainbows ... :)

Is the RBTA difficult to capture b/c it's translucent?

Nancy P said...

How the heck did you create that beautiful mandala?? I can't even spot the original rainbow in it!

Knucklehead said...

Those are taken on the front side of the house.
Opposite the setting sun side, obviously.

Knucklehead said...

Yup, the pot of gold is here.

Yes, I do believe that`s the reason.
Hopefully, it will move further back when it gets bigger, which might eliminate my problem.

Knucklehead said...

Nancy P,
I`ll post the progression of it in a few minutes, from a single image, to the complete mandala.

Knucklehead said...

If you click on the main post, then go to "POT OF GOLD", open the "Mandala"set.

Nancy P said...

Thanks, KH. I love seeing how these things happen.

Family Man said...

Hi Head.

Wonderful rainbow pics. I agree with Olivia that you are in the perfect place for sunsets and rainbows.

Knucklehead said...

How goes it.
Last night I tried to record the seals barking on the beach that I hear from my house.
It`s a little too faint, so I may go down to the beach to record them properly, sometime soon.

Murphy said...

This is one of the best I've ever seen of yours...absolutely stunning. LOVE the light on the hillside. Two rainbows up!!! :)