Day 118

A trace of a rainbow

July 22nd, 2010

And an even fainter trace of a double rainbow


  1. MN Roxanne says:

    Oh Matt, this is beautiful ! Did you make a wish?

  2. Christine says:

    I love the Montana sky! Thanks Matt, for sharing your journey with all of us.

  3. Karen Too says:

    Dramatic, gorgeous.

  4. Jeff says:

    ……Is better then none at all

  5. Gigi says:

    Love it! Great pic Matt.

  6. Candice in Alabama says:

    A double Rainbow! Skies are smiling on you Matt!

  7. Donna says:

    God keeps His promises! That’s what I always think of when I see a rainbow! :)

  8. Jonathan says:

    Wow! Full on double rainbow! What does it mean?!?

  9. deanna valenti meyer says:

    I checked the weather in the paper this morning and it seems like Matt will have pretty darn good weather for a while. That’s great, seeing as how he’s getting closer to them, thar Mountains.

    Walk on…

  10. just sayin' says:

    Matt you’re probably detached from the “Double Rainbow” viral web craze while you are out on the road….but it makes this picture all the more awesome.

  11. A rainbow is God’s promise to us that everything will be okay.

  12. Jeff says:

    just bits and parts of it at a time? That one always confuses me and my religious thought. Floods, kill destroy maime, wipe out cause total destruction…but the promise was made with a rainbow. I dont know..just confusing.

    • Jonathan says:

      Floods are very destructive and deadly, but the promise was not to wipe out most living things with a global flood again. The various eventual methods of destruction along with rough number of casualties per method can be found in Revelations.

  13. Yeosaph Ferguson says:

    Lighten up, guys. This is not a big deal, just something naturally occurring when sunlight passes through rain and clouds.

    • To bad you feel offended Yeosaph but I believe in the promises of a rainbow. It’s what I think of every time I see one. All is well.

      • Yeosaph Ferguson says:

        To be sure, a rainbow is always remarkable, but to say it promises the world’s destruction in fire is too much. That beauty can come from such simplicity in Nature is enough for me. Peace.

        • ? I personally didn’t say anything about destruction and fire. Only the rainbow. They are beautiful and amazing to see. They also seem to be rare, at least to me, and if you see one it’s like wishing upon a star. And, the other thing I said before. Thanks.

  14. carol says:

    Janine is my friend !!

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