Thursday, August 30, 2012

We had what


passes for a flash flood in Los Angeles. And a little tiny rainbow.

Some Chabrier?

37 comments:

  1. I love rainbows. Puppy dogs and kittens live at the ends of them.

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  2. its such a nice & Awesum blog
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  3. That was your little bit of hope up there!. Great capture!.

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  4. Smallest rainbow I ever saw! Dorothy and Toto would be so disappointed.

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  5. Beautiful, beautiful! Those rainbow snippets were fleeting, hard to capture. Where were you? Did you see the fat stub emerging from the Mt. Wilson telescopes as though someone had drawn it on with crayons?

    You find such lovely music, and paintings I've not seen before. The lady in the white dress can sit in the orchard near the gardener because he isn't using a leaf blower.

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  6. Love the rainbow. We're seeing our first real sunshine in a week so Chabrier is good and fine.

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  7. Nice rainbow. We rarely get them, so I really enjoy them.

    We don't blink at an inch of rain, but in LA, that's a disaster! It's all in where you are, isn't it?

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  8. Birdman, it rains so rarely here that to us it's a nice & Awesum rainbow. If you make fun I'll send you to plz visit debt settlement plan.

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  9. Debt Settlement Plan is probably my biggest fan. And he's right -- I do really know what it is I'm talking about. That's why he can't wait to read what it is that I really may be talking about. But easy partner, chomp the bit, don't slobber on it.

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  10. Damn--missed the whole thing.

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  11. I guess the chanel bags guy was caught by your spam filter. I see it in my gmail feed but it's not here on Blogger. Ruins my joke.

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  12. This reminds me of the double-rainbow over Citihall I posted a couple mths back. A little. And of the rainbow I caught over a bar the other day.
    Well, we just gotta catch a rainbow whenever or wherever u can.

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  13. How come in that Manet there's only one nekkid person and three clothed? What kind of place are you running here?

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  14. Love this tiny rainbow! I think Shell is right about them :-)

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  15. Haven't seen a rainbow in a while. Thanks for sharing this one.

    Was just explaining to someone from Corpus Christi that in LA , we don't talk about the weather. (because it is so obliging). Well, usually.

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  16. So, the Debt Settlement thing is spam? I thought it was for real, and now I'm disheartened by the world at large... Thank goodness for your beautiful rainbow (and awesum video) in this, my darkest hour.

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  17. Lovely rainbow. I missed it but I enjoyed the big drops of rain. Now it's just a distant memory.

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  19. PA wants me to come clean publicly and admit it was she who alerted me to the presence of a rainbow in the sky. But I won't.

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  20. Use to think rainbows were better than rain. Now I hunger for rain. I'll give you 5 rainbows for an inch of rain!!!

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  21. Beautiful rainbow picture, Karin!
    Love the video and the music too. Thanks!

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  22. Rainbows are so magical! Cool that you were able to capture this one. Makes me think of one of my first favorite songs:

    Rainbow Connection

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  23. we had rain, thunder, lightning in my neck of the woods today---not all at the same time though! Also had a lightning strike just down the street that hit a tree---tree flambee'! whee! This CA-kid bailed for under the couch.

    All the networks are leading with this "news" (the storm, not my bailing under the couch). Sigh, would be nice if we had more rain at least!

    love the music you choose for these posts, but I think I'm more partial to Manet than the Chabrier.

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  25. reminds me of the scene in the perfect storm where george clooney sees daylight for a minute before the sea finally takes them down....

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  26. And a few sprinkles yesterday, although I didn't see any rainbows. But yesterday didn't hold a candle to last week's thunderstorms!

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  27. I really am back next week. Braces off my teeth, and everything. I might even party early.

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  28. A rainbow doesn't have to be huge to be beautiful!!! This one's a beauty!!! Love the ethereal clouds...goes well with the music and Manet!!!

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  29. Finally some rain, lightening and thunderstorms here, but no rainbows. Although we do have lots of fallen trees on top of cars and power outages. A good trade, don't you think?

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  30. Just stopping by to wishing you a pleasant Sunday!
    Big hugs.

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  31. ooh I remember the state of emegency everyone used to get into when it rained in LA.....3 days of rain does not weather make!!!

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  32. It's a prism in the sky. Beautiful!

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  33. A tiny rainbow, but a rainbow none the less...
    It's so funny to listen to the SoCal news about weather. They talk about a possible shower the next day and immediately go into "STORM WATCH" mode. Just one more reason why I hate the news...

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