— Jewels Basantes (@JewelsBasantes) June 16, 2019
Today’s daily create prompted followers to make something that shows both the beginning and the end in one creative work. At first I was not sure what to do for this particular prompt. After giving it some thought, and doing some digging in my camera roll, I found this picture that I took in Toronto last summer. This picture was specifically taken in Nathan Phillips Square, on a dreary day. Nathan Phillips Square is a plaza where many concerts, farmer’s markets, and other events take place. I was lucky enough to get this great picture of a rainbow on a rainy day. The reason I put “end” in quotations in my Tweet is because rainbows do not truly have an end. Although it may appear like that in the picture, the end of a rainbow is just an illusion. The distance between you and a rainbow will never change, no matter how close you think you are getting. They consist of water droplets, with sunlight shining into each droplet to reflect the colors that you see. It is impossible to reach the end of the rainbow, because there is no “end”. Although, from the the picture it appears that there is a beginning and and end.