Rain and Sunshine

Da jeg engang fant anledning til å erte på meg en amerikaner da det faktisk regnet under et besøk i solstaten California, så oppfant han begrepet ‘flytende solskinn’, og den samme betegnelsen kunne kanskje vært brukt her oppe på Golsfjellet hvor det når som helst kan komme en liten dusj.  Dessverre kom det også noen ørsmå duggdråper på kameralinsen, men jeg tror jeg har fått ordnet det meste. Men slik kan det altså se ut: Sol og regn på samme tid og sted.
When I once got the opportunity to tease an American friend living in the ‘Sunny State of California’ when we were hit by a local rainstorm, he immediately invented the expression
‘Liquid Sunshine’, and the same expression could possibly be used here at the Gol mountain range where you may never be quite sure that a squall won’t surprise you!
Unfortunately a few very small rain particles managed to hit my lense, but I think I’ve managed to fix most of it. But this is how it may look up here: Rain and Sunshine in the same place and at the same time!

(Compliments of SRB)
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4 Responses to Rain and Sunshine

  1. Rain and sunshine is what we have been having over the last few days Svein..

  2. -Eugenia says:

    Great shot. I can see the decision-making in the sky and whether it should be sunny or rainy, which resulted in both.

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