Rumps Point, Cornwall, UK
We spend a great night at Rumps. It was our first proper sunset after a week of drizzle. We came in about an hour before sunset. Had the walk up in great light on Polzeath and the cattle. When we came there the sun was mostly obscured by clouds, but it popped out a few times. This was only a gap of around a minute. The rainbow was already there, but without the sun on the land the image was hardly worth taking. Luckily, I was ready when the sun came back for a last glimpse.
The next few days were rainy again. We moved on to the Bedruthan Steps, but returned a few nights later, to see it again in the sun. There was sun that day, but hardly any clouds, so the sky was very dull. Photographers are never happy..