Perhaps you have seen on the news that the Mississippi River Valley has been experiencing quite a lot of flooding this year. It may not have been the highest flood in history in the East Perry County area, but it has been record-setting in its duration. All indications are that we are finally at the end of all this flooding.
Tonight, a rain shower passed through this area. Following it, the setting sun came out to shine, creating a rainbow in the eastern sky. I happened to be exiting a meeting at church and was able to view this wonderful sight. Perhaps we are being reminded that the flooding has ended. In its place, we have a promise of a lasting future. I am sharing some of the photographs that were taken of this brief happening in the sky.
First, here is a shot including both Trinity Lutheran Church and the Lutheran Heritage Center & Museum.
Now a few with Trinity’s steeple as the focus.
Finally, some which have our museum as the focus.