Somewhere over the rainbow

Today, I just want to post some photos I recently took with my phone. It’s actually been a while since it happened, but I wasn’t really sure how to present them. Therefore, this will be a rather short one, text-wise.

Well, the other day, I was on my way back home from some errands, when I was treated to ZE MOST picture perfect rainbow I have ever seen. And if you know me, you will also know that I have loved rainbows since I was little. They’re beautiful, fragile and breathtakingly beautiful.

I unfortunately didn’t get to take a photo of the whole spectacle anymore as I was still on the bus and parts of the rainbow had already vanished when I got off, but I still got these:

Just to give you an idea HOW pretteh that rainbow was.
Sadly, I didn’t find the pot of gold there … oh well.

And just as I was about to store my phone away again, I was treated to something that doesn’t happen all too often: Mammatus clouds. I had never seen anything like that before, tbh, and since I am one of those people who will ALWAYS AND FOREVER be fascinated and excited with the sky in all its beauty, I couldn’t stop staring while I walked home.

Is it ME or does this one look like the actual Hand of God? Palm on the left, fingers to the right … ?

So I kept watching, all while walking back home, totally amazed.

And I guess, even if you DIDN’T click on the link I had provided above this picture will give you a hint as to why these clouds are named “Mammatus clouds” – boobies! 😉 Others looked like butts.

I know, I keep repeating myself here, but it WAS SO FASCINATING and BEAUTIFUL, y’all. And y’all know what? It made me happy. Having seen those rather rare cloud formations made me smile.

And if I have learned anything in this mess the world currently has become, then it is to appreciate and find joy in the little things. Like cloud formations and rainbows.

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