Category Archives: Rainbows

Double Rainbow Over Brisbane Australia

Double rainbow captured during a break in summer rains. Taken at an inner city Brisbane suburb, East Brisbane, Australia. 25th February 2019

Photo Credit: Jason Martin

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Circular Rainbow Above the Clouds

First time in 33 years of flying that I ever saw one. I was on an Angel Flight from OCF (Ocala, Florida) > CCO (Atlanta, Georgia) the day after a young man with cancer passed away. He was also an Angel Flight patient that I had flown for 4 years. I take it as a sign from Chris…that he is at peace and everything will be all right. Photo taken at 8,000’ from my Piper Turbo Arrow.

Photo Credit: Mike Coutcher

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Cool Clouds with Rainbow

Attached are 3 photos from this afternoon. We live just above Conesus Lake and as I was walking to the mailbox,I glanced up to see these amazing clouds, with a rainbow no less!!!
I ran into the house to grab my i phone 5 S (I Know…ancient technology!!) and did the best I could to capture the formations and the rainbow. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did!!

Submitted: January 14, 2019

Photo Credit: Kristine West

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Caribbean Rainbow

Another great day in the Caribbean. Typical morning showers make a nice panorama.  Photo location: Chatham Bay, Union Island, West Indies (eastern Caribbean, Union Island ). Taken with an Ipad from the deck of our live-aboard ketch, Roxy.

Photo taken 21 April 2018

Another great day in the Caribbean. Typical morning showers make a nice panorama.

Photo Credit: Mark Hoenke

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Low Rainbow at Martinique

Photo location: Cul De Sac Marin, Martinique, French West Indies
(eastern Caribbean island of Martinique). Taken with an Ipad from the deck of our live-aboard ketch, Roxy.

Photo taken 29 January 2018

Martinique is one of a string of volcanic islands. Mount Pelee, 4500 feet, at the north end of Martinique’s backbone is one of the highest in the Caribbean. Volcanic mounts and persistent easterly trade winds cause frequent showers in the rain forests. High “Christmas Winds” veering northeast caused showers to spill into the southern harbors causing frequent rainbows over several days.

Photo Credit: Mark Hoenke

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