Rainbows are made up
of drops of water.
They seem to stay still but, in fact, the water droplets constantly fall down wards towards the earth. Waves travel not over but through water. The water circles beneath the wave and is left behind as the wave travels on towards the shore.
What seems to be unending movement actually stands still and what appears unmoving is in 'constant movement. And I am standing on top of a cliff in a shower of hail, while my drawing turns to pulp, looking at the rainbow in the spindrift over waves that have travelled across the Atlantic Ocean.