One night in Seattle Jeff's friend Evan came up and we went out to dinner at Salty's in West Seattle. First we went to a little park on a hill that overlooks the city. We noticed a rain shower moving in, that's it on the left of the top photo, and Jeff predicted we would see a rainbow.
He was wrong. We saw a double rainbow. It was incredible. The whole restaurant was abuzz. People were wedging themselves in between tables next to get next to the windows and take photos. There was even a guy taking flash photos on his SLR. I'm sure those turned out great! Both rainbows made a complete arc across the sky. Unfortunately my little camera and the building architecture didn't let me get a photo of that.
Speaking of great, professor, and probably all around swell person though I don't know her, Celina Su used a few of my photos in a short oral history video of Eddie Boros, the creator of the sadly missing East Village Toy Tower.