This is another isolated stone circle that we found driving backcountry roads in southwest England (back in August 1999). I liked the double rainbow (the second is very faint) in the background. There were no other folks around and no real signage. Just a stone circle that had been there for hundreds and hundreds of years.
We were flying kites in an open field on Marrowstone Island, southeast of Port Townsend, WA. The water is Puget Sound, looking across to Whidbey Island. It started to sprinkle and the rainbow showed up. I grabbed my camera and moved around until I got the end of the rainbow on my friend, Gary. I would have liked to have had the tug boat to be a little further into the image, but the rainbow didn’t last long enough.
This was taken from Point Wilson (Port Townsend) looking east to Whidbey Island. If you click on the image to make it larger, you can see the freighter on the left side and on the right side the ferry leaving Coupeville to come to Port Townsend. That will also make it easier to see the secondary ‘bow.
The image below is from the downtown area of Port Townsend. When I saw this view, I took a photo and then headed over to Point Wilson for a open horizon to the east. I learned previously that one shouldn’t assume that you will be able to relocate and have the rainbow still be present… so take a photo when you can and make sure you have at least some image.
Best Wishes to all for a positive and peaceful new year.
This is New Year’s Eve day in the middle of a storm, overlooking downtown Port Townsend. Panoramic images stitched together in Lightroom Classic.
Point Madison is in Fort Worden State Park in Port Townsend, WA. I had raced down to the point to try and get a photo of a rainbow behind the lighthouse. It had pretty much faded away by the time I got there (see below). But when I started back up the hill, I was struck by the clouds and the sun shining off the wet streets.
Camera: Nikon D850 Lens: Zeiss Milvus 135mm ISO 400 1/800 sec at f/14