Lunar Rainbow, Something What You Don’t See Every Day

You probably know that rainbow is a phenomenon that is caused by a spectrum of light which shines through a droplets of rain or other forms of water particles that can be found in atmosphere.

Most of us have seen a daylight rainbows and they are beautiful and amazing and I personally feel some excitement every time I see one of them. But, I have never seen a rainbow in night, so called lunar rainbow. Here you can find incredible photo of a lunar rainbow that was taken “in the middle of the night” on Fraser Island.

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4 Comments

  1. I don’t know about you.. but that picture was taken in the daytime, it’s just cloudy. I’ve never seen a camera flash that can light up all the way to the horizon haha. Only the sun can do that. It’s totally a daytime rainbow.

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