Last leg of the California journey ended beautifully, I think, even though most of it was either through rain or fog or both. Coming along one stretch of Hwy 101, we were rewarded with a gorgeous rainbow. I was able to grab a shot of it out the window, which thrilled me no end. But the REAL thrill came just a few hundred yards farther, when we saw the rainbow’s end – on the road ahead of us! How many times have you driven through a rainbow?? It was SO. COOL.
Just past this really great rainbow, the road curved back toward the ocean, and we had to stop for awhile and take a few more photos. This one was taken in between rain showers, as the sun was getting closer to the water.
On down the road – or up the road, actually, since we were driving north – it started getting pretty dark. We pulled over and got a few shots of the sun going down on the water. These were taken within just a few minutes of each other, on two different cameras. Hubby took the one with the blue, and I took the orange one. The orange one is totally unretouched; the blue one was resized (it was a huge file).
I have to say, we had so much fun trying to get “that perfect shot” of the sun going down. And I also have to say that even though we’re home, that doesn’t necessarily mean I’m done sharing photos of the journey. No sirree bobalouie!