Color Spectrum Sky


5 X 7 card with envelope. Blank inside.

Item No. CLR925

Story on the back of the card:

We tend not to think about weather too much until it starts to do something dramatic—delivering downpours, encasing us in ice, turning into tornadoes—and then it grabs our attention. When we way “weather’s coming”, most of us know what that means. When the days are lazy, hot, clear and still, it seems like weather isn’t present at all.

Atop Livingston Mountain in Camas, Washington, the clouds played tag in the sky, and bent light into its hidden colors we lovingly know as ROY G. BIV (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet). Of course, I played along and caught the light with my camera.