So I was driving home from the gym the other day and I saw a rainbow in the sky (albeit a faint one). I remember reading in a Scott Kelby book or blog that to really get a good rainbow shot it has to be in the context of something visual…think, a rainbow over the Eiffel Tower or some stunning landscape. Don’t just shoot the rainbow. Shoot it in relation to something interesting. So I followed it as I drove into my community looking for something to include with my rainbow.
It led me to a house I’d been wanting to photograph for some time. It’s called the “Tradewinds” house in Baldwin Park, Florida and it’s been on the market for as long as I’ve lived here. It started at close to 5-million. Now it’s a steal at around $3.9 million!
Just goes to show there really is a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow.