The problem with chasing rainbows is that it's usually raining when they come out.
Smooch doesn't like getting wet any more than I do. Let a chamisa be your umbrella.
New Mexico rainbows are almost always of the double variety. I don't know why.
The camera was pointed due east in this photo.
The double became a single when I looked south.
I really like this picture. It could be improved with an ear or two poking through the barn door,
but the herd was nowhere to be found. They will usually run back to the barn if the rain comes down hard,
but a few drops here and there isn't worth the effort.
The weatherman predicted scattered showers. Here are four of them.