This morning the dogs let me sleep in until about 6:00. Then Emma tapped the edge of the bed. Bleary-eyed, I let her and Ruby out and wandered around the yard waiting for them to do their business. They were more interested in what might have spent the night in the shrubs by an old tree stump. Maybe a rabbit or a raccoon? I wandered away a few feet and what I saw made me run back into the house to get the camera.
I didn’t care that the ugliest hydro pole in the world was front and center of my photo. I just wanted to record that rainbow.
The first rays of morning light were doing strange things. The hedge around our place is usually all the same colour, but when the light hit patches of it, you would think it had two kinds of trees.
These are all western red cedars with no colour variation (except today).
When the sun went behind a cloud only moments later, the sky turned dark and so did the hedge. You are looking at the same stretch of hedging in the photo below as in the photos above.
The cloud hiding the sun moved on and the morning rays went to work again.
It was a real light show out there this morning. I’m so glad I didn’t sleep through it.