And then there was a Rainbow!

by Mridula on August 28, 2012

in Canon D550,Gurgaon,Photography,Rainbow

When it was a bit sunny and there was a bit of rain I started hoping. I love rainbows and I don’t get to see many. The trouble was that when the rainbow started happening I was on my way back from work.

Rainbow at Gurgaon

Rainbow at Gurgaon

I actually parked my car on the side and took out my DSLR and clicked. After three shots I realized that the camera said no memory. Thankfully I had the laptop with me as well, so I took the memory card out of it and went clicking. At one point there was a double rainbow but I could not click it.

The Sky Puts up a Show- A Rainbow in the Sky

The Sky Puts up a Show- A Rainbow in the Sky, Gurgaon

It was a tiring day for me but all it takes a little bit of rainbow to cheer me up even in Gurgaon.

PS. It is a busy week, hopefully from next week I will have more time. Also I am already regretting that I have not planned a trip that I can look forward to.

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Sumeet Mukherjee December 21, 2012 at 2:10 pm

Wonderful rainbow click. It’s been a long time since i last witnessed one.

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Gitanjali September 3, 2012 at 9:12 am

Yeah..even I saw the double rainbow on my way back from office. It was simply beautiful and more than that it was the feeling of sheer joy at experiencing such brilliance of nature…grt that you could capture it!!!

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Arnab Maity August 30, 2012 at 6:23 pm

Life is not always about traveling to exotic and beautiful places located far away. Its more about finding the little pieces of beauty surrounded all around us…this is one of my humble philosophies, couldn’t have found a better way to prove that this post of yours! Kudos!

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panchali August 30, 2012 at 4:21 pm

very beautiful shots! can’t believe this is gurgaon…:)!

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Qaminante August 29, 2012 at 10:21 pm

Do you have the legend of the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, in India (or equivalent)? I’ve never managed to find it! Love to see rainbows, though.

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ghazala August 28, 2012 at 9:19 pm

Refreshing pictures :)

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