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This is cloud drama, par excellance! Lovely shot, Jean.
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Beautiful and serene. I love the turquoise colours of the sea.
Nice shot, Elizabeth. Much appreciated. And, you kept the horizon dead level!
Super image well captured
Otto – this is brilliant! Thanks for sharing this really lovely image.
Cynthia, get looking for the fabled “pot of gold” at the rainbow’s touchdown – and not all that far from your back garden. “Wow!”.
Lovely shot. Thank you.
Fascinating picture for ornithologists as well – there is a 15 foot tall heron in front of the houses.
Hi David we keep him here as we are under the herons flight path
thanks for the comment made me smile
More information here… http://www.atoptics.co.uk/rainbows/wheel.htm
Nice capture Ian.
More information here http://www.atoptics.co.uk/rainbows/primalt.htm
More information here… http://www.atoptics.co.uk/rainbows/primalt.htm
Excellent shot, Bruce. Well captured! It must have been quite something to observe in real life!
More info here.. http://www.atoptics.co.uk/rainbows/wheel.htm
Superb image well captured
More information here……
Further to Photo Editor’s note above readers may be interested in a phenomenon called “Air glow”.
Today (27 Jan 16) on the NASAA APOD page a lovely photo is featured of an Air glow. At first sight it appears like an aurorae but this is not the case.
Here is the photo and a brief informative explanation about how Air glows come about:-