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Sometimes you just have to take a deep breath and allow all that surrounds you to quietly seep into your soul. In today's world we are surrounded by negativity and argument.... seemingly endless on social media like Facebook and Twitter, where although so many of us utilize such grand tools to "write our diaries of our lives" and utilize pay for ads to maintain our business, so many use it as an argument platform. It affects us, our hearts, our brains, our souls and our abilities to carry within us, our own desires to hold onto our own opinions and beliefs without fear of repercussion from strangers, and even family and friends. In this image I felt incredibly at peace, it took me away (for a little while) from all the hubub that surrounds us, and prior to my decision to capture this surreal image of a rainbow on the prairie, I allowed myself the "risk" of waiting just a little while to take in that beautiful setting without rushing to get my camera. I think this beauty lasted about ten minutes, because right before she started to dissipate I finally peeled my eyes away and slowly walked into our ranch house, picked up my camera and walked back outside, hoping for a few more minutes of such an incredible rainbow and sky, and as luck and a pretty lengthy paintbrush by the hand of the Almighty, I grabbed this image in one shot, with time left over to continue to spare the moment at hand. "Right Time, Right Place." ©Amanda Smith - Wyoming Photographer of the American West.