So yesterday we had exciting weather. Thunder, hail, and rain about lunch time, then the sky cleared up in time for a partial solar eclipse in the afternoon. I didn't know about it at the time, but in Longview, Washington, about 200 miles south of me, there even was a tornado. Those happen rarely in Washington. This is only the second one I've ever heard of.
When I was driving home from work, the post-storm sky was going through rapid changes, with stunning cloudscapes and even a rainbow. I pulled off onto a side road (Abbot Road, off the Hannegan, if you're local) and took some pictures.
Rainbow over the harvested field.
The sky was dark, but everything on the ground was bright -- clean from the rain and with the westering sun making it glow.
The edge of the dark clouds.
The farm glowing against the louring sky.
A watery effect because the car window on that side had raindrops on it.