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On the way home from work – taken with a nearly flat phone.

It is as I feared – photos on the phone always go grainy when it’s nearly flat or there is little light. The rainbow was actually glowing, and you can see that from the reflection on the road. The last sunlight is brushing the top of the range. It was still raining.


I started blogging in an effort to keep the old brain cells alive. I'm writing a fantasy series, I take more MOOCs than I can handle, and am trying to get my Nikon D3000 off auto. I live in Victoria, Australia, with my husband and our dog, Vika.

22 thoughts on “Rainbow

    1. The photo doesn’t do it justice. The other end looked to be over our place – until we got there! The gold mining people are asking for an exploration licence to investigate just up and over the other side of the road!


      1. Get yourself a battery powered charger, you just connect and voila, instant power. They aren’t very expensive and come with connections to match most phones.

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    1. I’d flattened during the afternoon while taking photos of video lecture points on the climate change MOOC. I’d turned the phone right off to conserve the battery and I was sure the rainbow would fade before it powered up enough. It took ages.


      1. It wasn’t flat yet, M-R. Before I left home I turned it into “off off”, not “standby off”. So, by “powering up”, I mean it had to go through it’s start up sequence – power on, read chip, operating system, look for a signal, all that stuff. 🙂


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