Have you ever had such moments when you were supposed to post something but instead you posted something else? This is one of those posts and this isn't my first.
Almost every time it rains in Grindelwald, we saw this.
Perhaps, the whole of it could be seen before I took these shots. I could still see a bit of the silhouette of the mid part slowly fading in the light.
I live in flat land so this isn't a common sight specially one that lasts more than 15 minutes for you to behold and gush about.
I think because it's too green in flat land and we're too much below sea level compared to the Alps, I'd be lucky to find both ends of a rainbow. In the many years that I have been here, I remember seeing just three rainbows and they faded so fast and it's always just a small part of it sticking out of the thick tree tops.
Seeing this reminds me of the window of a unit on the 36th floor of a skyscraper where I could often enjoy watching this or even a twin version of it slowly fade in the smog of the skyline in Boni, Mandaluyong.
Like this snail, we were also soaked walking back to our hotel that day and I remember being told about Noah's Ark and something to do with a rainbow. Do you know what the rainbow means?
Aside from the explanation I learned about it in Science, I find this - God's way of showing off and He's but to behold!
I've decided sharing this to you because after a few scorching summer hot weeks that burned even the trees around here, the heavens have finally been crying for days ^ ^.
So I've been hearing much; "Niet normaal" meaning it's unusual - and it has been unusually tropical hot these days so thanks for the rain and a rainbow would be a bonus ^ ^.