After the Rain

On my way back by bicycle from Europos Parkas to Vilnius, I first got lost (just a tiny bit) and then got caught up in the rain. By the time I had reached a patch of forest to seek shelter, I had already been soaked and was shivering from the cold that rain and wind brought with it.

After the rain however, I was rewarded with this sight.

The forest on the left is the one that provided cover during the downpour.

About Andreas Moser

Travelling the world and writing about it. I have degrees in law and philosophy, but I'd much rather be a journalist, a spy or a hobo.
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13 Responses to After the Rain

  1. Very cool! And whenever you get done with that rain, could you send it over here? It’s been raining on and off for almost 4 days now, and we’re STILL in drought! By the by, if you want to get rich quick, buy US corn futures – our corn crop this year is gonna be horrifically low.

    • If there will be less popcorn, it will be quieter at the movies. That’s a good thing.

      • Heathen! Less popcorn is NEVER a better thing! ;) (Yeah, when they find my corpse, it’ll probably have a bag of popcorn on it somewhere. Only I could take daily doses of an opiate, but be addicted to popcorn. :D )

  2. WhateverYouTookYouShouldTakeLessOrALotMore says:
  3. Seyi sandra says:

    Yeah it’s me, Seyi Sandra, didn’t steal your rainbow, by the way, you got a great blog here! And I love your pic, it’s quiet cool!!
    Cheers-:)

  4. Andreas, that photo is AMAZING.
    And I know you’re an atheist, but I still thank God when I see miracles like this :-)

  5. Eve says:

    I agree with Shimona. It’s just a perfect picture

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