Inspiration in the Sky

It rained really hard all night, and the winds howled.

The next day, by mid-morning the day was gorgeous
 and everything looked so green.

The sky just before sunset seemed to hold a message.

After the storm, a beautiful sunset.

The best part of a storm is the rainbow that follows.

CLAUDINE said...


Blondie's Journal said...

How beautiful! We are gearing up for some rainy days, too. After our drought last year I am so grateful.

Hope you're having a lovely weekend, Karen!


Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh Karen, when we see something that we taken for granted, such as what sometimes happens after a storm i.e., a rainbow, then it becomes POETRY! "The best part about a storm is the rainbow" - how profound is that....I love metaphors about life and faith used with nature, God's message to us!

DEAREST KAREN! You have been pleasantly busy with all the graduation, parties, BABIES, travel! And you came to visit me?Bless your loving heart!

Big hugs dear friend! And we too have been having rain EVERY SINGLE DAY! Anita

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Karen, I just noticed that you had visited my previous post as well, and that you left me a link to Fifi's magazine! THANK YOU! I have been wanting to improve my photography skills to start the process of submitting to mags like Where Women Create and Artful Blogging, and I need to gain a repertoire of my own photos for the latter, but I thank you for your enthusiasm and faith in me! I will contact Fifi NOW! Merci beaucoup dear friend! Anita

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Your sky photos are exquisite, Karen! A rainbow always makes me feel full of joy!

A Garden of Threads said...

Did you make a wish on your rainbow?

Vee said...

Lovely, Karen. I couldn't get the player to work though it did take me to Eva at You Tube where something else entirely was now playing. Wires crossed I guess. Anyway, I couldn't find Over the Rainbow so found Fields of Gold instead...almost as good. Off to find the first now. I like that writing in the sky. I believe that it says, "I love you, Karen."

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Hi Karen! I sent you an FB message this morning and was wondering if you got it?

I have a question regarding the process of submitting my blog post on my home and garden to the source you referred me to.

Please leave me a comment on my blog if you can! Anita