A Visual Story of Redemption and Hope by Memphis Photographer Daryl Andrews
Some of the Most Beautiful Art is Hidden in Plain View From The Casual Eye
While standing on the front porch of Walking Pants a rainbow appeared. Ashley told me to go and take the photo. I stalled because all I had was my iPhone. She insisted and the iPhone was enough on this day. The image I was staring at over the place where Martin Luther King Jr. was so mercilessly shot that day, gave me hope. Hope in promises always kept. That one day, we will get there.
This is a beautiful double rainbow over the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tennessee with incredible colors and depth.
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