Somewhere over the Rainbow…

My mam-maw use to always tell me that rainbows were the angel’s ways of smiling down on the ones they love.  Every time I see a rainbow I think of her!

I also found out that no two people ever see a rainbow the same way.  As the eyes of two people cannot occupy the same place in space at the same time, each observer sees a different rainbow. Each time you see a rainbow, it is unique in its own spectacular way!

Many people consider rainbows to be an omen of some kind. It is an ancient desire rooted in our cultural mythologies.  The legends of many cultures see the rainbow as a kind of bridge between heaven and earth. One of the most beautiful sights in nature, the rainbow has become in western culture a symbol of renewed hope; something lucky to look upon.

So what DOUBLE LUCK it was to get to see a double rainbow today!!! 

Sparkle and Spur

~Dustie

Life is like a rainbow. You need both the sun and the rain to make its colors appear.” ~Author Unknown

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About dustiebill

Born, raised and still trying to live life as an Oklahoma cowgirl. I have a travel loving soul and I LOVE photography. My blog has started out as a place for me to post my 365 photo-a-day challenge....I have now found a love for fine art. Specifically Horse or Western Inspired Photography. I love my husband, kids, DIY projects, horses, wine, lightening, post-it notes, colored sharpie markers, trolling garage sales, baseball, cooking, shopping, working outside in the garden and living a simple country life. If you own a piece of our work you own more than just a piece of art. Thank you for supporting cowgirls. Sparkle and Spur Dustie Bill
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