We are blessed with a view of the Puget Sound looking at the kaleidoscope of colors that dance between water and sky minute by minute. Of particular joy are the rainbows that show up in the spring and fall. I’ve always been attracted by rainbows. Don’t know why. Just love the color spectrum and the gentle curve.
My friends and colleagues who know that I love rainbows are always sending me different variants of rainbows. One of my favorites is a Bruce Johnson print entitled “Building a Rainbow.”
I use this image to introduce myself at the start of a class or a seminar. I also use it to describe to new ventures I create how I view the journey of shaping a new company and a new product and innovating our way into our customers lives.
So here are a few of the rainbows from around the Puget Sound (high res):
For a low res view of the rainbows click here.
Lifelets are brief glimpses of daily life that are small creative acts of bringing new life to my inert digital media captured over a lifetime.
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