Friday can be considered the pot of gold at the end of the week, but on this web-site, we're talking ROY G BIV. I always find myself lucky whenever I witness the optical phenomenon that is a rainbow. I mostly see them driving along route one in the summer time after a huge thunderstorm.
Hence to say, there aren't enough chances to see a rainbow. I mean, how are we supposed to know exactly when a spectrum of light will appear in the sky when sunshine and the Earth's moisture meet? Tess Windt thinks everyone deserves a daily dose of rainbow, so she created http://www.rainbowsightings.com/ , a project holding a collection of rainbow images to spark conversation and encourage visitation. Head to the site for real rainbow images and a chance to submit your own rainbow images.
Then after you have been rainbow-fied, you must visit Biggs Shot 2009: On-line, the first on-line exhibition hosted by the Biggs Museum. Biggs Shot 2009: On-Line creates a virtual exhibition experience for members of the public who are unable to visit the Museum during the exhibition. All 80 selected images are available for view in Biggs Shot 2009: On-Line in addition to Q&A sessions with the photographers. Click here to begin your visit to Biggs Shot 2009:On-Line. Happy Clicking!