Thank You for White Rainbows
Some people think white is the absence of color.
Actually, white reflects all colors— just add light.
I once stood on an ocean cliff in Bodega Bay, California and watched the spray hit the rocks.
The mist created an arc in the sunlight that fragmented into a rainbow.
I stepped to look at the rainbow from a different angle and the whole thing turned into a white arc of ocean spray.
The rainbow was still there, I just didn’t see it from the other angle.
Sometimes I forget to move into a position where I can see the rainbow again, that all I need is a different angle.
This is me, tilting my head and stepping out of my own way today.
Look! Can you see it too?
~ by leakelley on November 19, 2013.