I wasn't best pleased at the tap on the window - who really wants to go outside when it's teeming down with rain and they're busy writing? Oh, you would, would you? Well, I can't say I was all that eager to go out there, but when he motioned to bring my camera, I realised that I'd better get a move on!
I believe that all the gods in the heavens had left their showers on full and gone out for the day, it was torrential rain pouring down on my poor street! I grabbed my most waterproof cagoule and camera, no, not a waterproof camera, just the cagoule, and slipped my feet into boots and ventured out. He was waiting at the top of the drive, beckoning me. I went to meet him.
He pointed, I stared, open-mouthed, then switched on the camera and clicked. Two rainbows, one above the other, embraced the end of the road. What a spectacular sight! I've heard of them, but never seen an example of nature's gift displayed for us like this. Almost close enough to touch.
My photos don't do it justice, and I'd suggest that you enlarge them to get the benefit of them, but they give you a flavour of the majesty that the sky presented that day, I hope you enjoy them.