Maybe geese are finding life as confusing as everyone else these days.
They swoop in, morning and evening, first in one direction, then another, often making course changes as we watch.
And there is always one poor tail-end Charlie who gets left behind.
As the geese flew round making up their minds where to settle, ground mist began to rise.
Until late afternoon, Monday positively sulked. Then at 5 pm the room was suffused with a soft, cheering light so I went to the porch. Opening the door, I said :”Oh MY!”
Never have I ever seen a more perfect rainbow. And double.
If you are a follower of Jon Katz, his photograph is better and includes his sheep Robin!
For many minutes I watched as the light shifted.
Have you ever wondered what a rainbow looked like to people viewing it from the other side?
Mr Katz’s photograph answered the question for me.
(His site is Bedlam Farm.com)
What I would really like to know though, is whether the owner of that house was aware of the light show!
Even the crows were impressed.
The rainbow subsided after some 15 minutes, but it was not done showing off.
A Red-tail hawk joined the celebration
A final curtain call before the mist began to rise and some deer came to graze.