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  • noighbie 4y

    i like it . :)
  • Yousef Al-Majed 4y

  • Rescue-Diver 2y

    A Fire Rainbow! These are pretty rare because the conditions have to be perfect for them to appear. The sun has to be at 58 degrees in the sky. There has to be cirrus clouds above 20,000 ft. And the water droplets in the cloud all have to uniformly be plate shaped and parallel to the ground. They say it's like a once in a lifetime thing to see one. We saw one over Thanksgiving weekend over Donner Pass.
    007 rainbow cloud by Rescue-Diver
  • Martin LaBar 2y

    That's amazing!

    Actually, it's a sun dog or parhelion: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sun_dog
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