When you think of a rainbow you most likely think of something like:
Something curved and with seven bright colours. Pretty!
But it is also a very common picture of a rainbow. Maybe too common?
What happens if we tried to come up with a more unique rainbow. A more creative rainbow. Just playing a bit with the setup of the standard rainbow.
We might end up with something like:
Not seven colours, not even seven shades of grey. Just one shade of grey. And just straight lines.
This is a more unique rainbow than the standard rainbow. And as you can imagine there are many more unique rainbows just waiting to be created.
Some people would argue that this it not a rainbow anymore. It does not follow the rules for being a rainbow. But should we not challenge rules? Should not even rainbows challenge their rules? Would this grey rainbow get acceptance in rainbow community?
When you think of a unique rainbow - what do you see? How much can be challenged and changed?