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The "Standard of Ur" from ancient Mesopotamia

The "Standard of Ur" from ancient Mesopotamia

21 January 2008

Does this mean there are two pots of gold?

© 2008 David A. Malueg

My husband looked out his office window here at the house and saw a full double rainbow. He went out and took some pictures, and this one shows the outer rainbow the best. We were lucky to see it; it lasted only a few minutes.


Lisa said...

Of course there are two pots of gold!

Steve Malley said...

Ooooohhhh, purty.... :)

Shauna Roberts said...

LISA, if only one could get them without those pesky leprechauns getting in the way.

STEVE, we thought so too. My husband yelled so loud for me when he saw it I thought he must have cut himself badly. We don't get much rain here, so it was particularly cool to see the double rainbow.

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Lana Gramlich said...

Double rainbows are wonderfully rare treats.

Carleen Brice said...

I'm with Lisa: Yes, that's exactly what it means!