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Year View| Summary| Highlights| Month View| Friday 6 April 2007 (Day View)
06.04.2007 – Friday 6 April – Rainbows & Relationships
- • Woke up early but went back to bed, and managed to have a bit of a sleep in. Hurrah for a badly needed day off work.
- • Eerily windy. Industrially framed rainbow, right over the city.
- • Raining a little. It’s miraculous. Water is actually coming from the sky, as in times of old.
- • That wasn’t very much rain.
- • Booked flights to Perth for Dad.
- • Curry with Maz and Loki. Found out flickr only displays 200 most recent photos on free account, so all my effort writing my thing that sends all my photos to flickr was essentially useless.
- • Bed. Working tomorrow. Suspect I’ll be sleepy.
- Comment by io – Sunday 8 April 2007, 6:11 AM
- Wow I saw that brief rainbow at that time too; although it wasn't so pretty from the UQ Tennis Courts. Unfortunately, msngirl couldn't see it through the trees and thought that I was trying to distract her when I said "Look rainbow!". Random fact: some rainbow website tells me that (horizon-horizon) rainbows aren't actually that common - makes sense cause you need sun to be low, and rain to be in front of sun, and sun to be beneath cloud.
All that said, very nice pic - what settings did you use? I think the last time I tried to take a photo of a rainbow; I was about 12 and wasted a bit of film on the reel.