Yesterday we had a bit of wind and rain. After the rain had passed, Karen spotted a rainbow through the skylight of the camper and I walked out to the highway to get to an open area where I could see it without trees, structures, or vehicles in the way. I ended up on the edge of the median of the southbound lane of US 50. The image is a composite of three photographs.
Nature is so amazing!
We’re traveling again. My contact job ended about 2 1/2 weeks ago and we left home 2 weeks ago. This time, I decided I was not going to try to keep up with the trip on a day to day basis. Each time I’ve done that, I got behind and ended up skipping some days.
I’ve taken a lot of pictures and video, including several fairly decent time-lapse sequences. Post processing is complete for about the first day and a half of our trip. I’ll be posting about the trip in more detail when we get back home and I’ll be doing it day-by-day to get the whole trip published in sequence.
We planned to be away from the internet quite a bit this trip. I pre-scheduled the videos that have been posted every three days or so through to the end of the trip. Karen is posting pretty much as we go on her blog, but she is also pre-posting for some of the times that we will be away from the internet.
Most of the time when we have internet access, we are camped in an RV park that has wireless and is near or in a town, like Grand Junction, Colorado, where we are now.