I walked into the entry hall of our home yesterday morning.....and stopped in my tracks.
What in the world is a rainbow doing in the sky in my bluebonnet painting?
The painting, done by my late cousin Eloise, usually looks like this. It is a wild flower scene of a field of our state flower the bluebonnet, and she didn't paint a rainbow or a colorful sunset in the middle of it!
I also spotted this on the wall beside the painting
After a bit of detective work, I realized the the sun from an east window in the dinning room, was bouncing off of some botanical prints on an opposite wall.... that have mirrored frames.Then reflecting into the entry hall. Mystery solved :)
I wonder, if over time, that brief reflection onto the painting could damage it.? Maybe I should close that shutter in the morning.?