Sometimes a photo is enough

This is how my day started. How about yours?

We had thunderstorms during the night. This morning, as another wave of the system went through, I caught this.

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  1. Raphaela says:

    Oh, that is breathtaking. Thank you for posting that ray of sunshine to brighten what, up here on the north flank of the Alps, has been a uniformly grey and rainy morning.

  2. Jon says:


    Can I assume the rainbow’s end is the Accademia Santa Cecilia?

  3. It sort of looks as it is ends at one of the Vatican Radio antennas, doesn’t it.

  4. Al says:

    That’s it, I am positive I will make a trip to Rome some time next year. Father, you sure take some great pictures. I
    never tire of seeing them.


  5. KK says:

    p.s. In the spirit this site, the above post should be considered posted in Latin, facing east.

  6. Andrew says:

    Cumque obduxero nubibus caelum, apparebit arcus meus in nubibus: et recordabor foederis mei vobiscum, et cum omni anima vivente quae carnem vegetat.

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