It picks out is subjects selectively and dusts them with a golden glimmer. The selectiveness is important: the light does not choose to pick out with prominence any surface underneath it. The light is subject too, to the dominance of cloud and rain. The battle is more often lost than won, but the rainbow is its occasional and very beautiful battle scar
Such is life when you live in Scotland. Sunshine is a rare beast indeed.
*Picture courtesy of Wings Over Scotland