Yesterday Greensboro's weather was a day of rain, rain, rain, and SUN, and rain and rain. Oh, and more rain. During that brief time when the sun was peeking through, the rain resumed, leaving a few moments of sparkling beauty. In our effort to capture this mood in the above photo, you see big drops of rain falling through sunshine. The scene reminded us Georges Seurat and pointillism. Seurat's is the 19th century version of pointillism. If you want to see the 21st century version of pointillism, go here.
As the rain abated, we found ourselves wishing it would linger. It can be pretty hard to top the beauty of nature. By the end of the week, temperatures may actually reach 80 degrees and we just may be wishing for those cooler days of early May.