Last year I got a photo of a perfect rainbow over Adelaide. A storm had come through, Henley Beach had cleared and looking across to the hills was a very cool arc of colour. The rainbow was perfect but my photo wasn’t, and I wanted to do it again with the jetty leading the eye to the rainbow. Tonight was similar conditions at long last, the rainbow was there, my timing was perfect. Sadly there was no pot of gold, and instead there’s a heap of construction work in Henley Square at the moment whilst they build a pool beside the beach – I kid you not! So with that ugly foreground, I forewent the photo. What was still cool was the huge glowing cloud above me chasing the storm and sucking up the sun’s last rays. I did get rained on, but it made me feel good, like my cares were washed away.
- | Aperture: ƒ/8 | Focal length: 10mm | ISO: 100 | Location: 34° 55.1965′ 0″ S 138° 29.6053′ 0″ E | Shutter speed: 1/40s