Sometimes the fog around here does wild things. We were walking the beach, and it hit me that I wasn't just looking at cool light - I was looking at a rainbow, but it was white. Knowing a little of physics, I wondered how that could be. I always thought rainbows appeared because water drops in the air acted like prisms, breaking white light into component colours. I had some slide film loaded, and wondered if x-processing it would pick up the contrast better. Not sure that it did, but I was happy to have caught even a hint of it. Fun note: A major voice in the local scene, The Georgia Straight, published one of my photos for the table of contents (you have to see the print version, Dec 13-20 issue). These are unsolicited submissions, but it's my first publication, so I was pretty excited.