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originally posted by: Verity27
We had some pretty amazing after storm rainbows in the panhandle f Oklahoma as well. I'll post our double band rainbow once I get to a computer.
originally posted by: Harvin
originally posted by: Vasa Croe
originally posted by: mindseye1609
so my question is, what is the light source for it? its clearly got color in it so is it the sun? a moonbow is white and as far as i know prefer to hang around waterfalls.
was it the lightning that created the rainbow? if so does lightning refract the same as sunlight or are the colors going to be different?
I wondered that myself....this was about 8:30 PM and it was already dark and really cloudy skies with a LOT of rain coming down just prior to this.....you can see that the pavement is wet.
Nice images. Was the color the same in the images as you actually saw? Some digital cameras have problems with that color spectrum. Seems to depend on the light source though. Both images look similar in color. Goes from magenta to blue, as far as i can tell...just looked at the other images. All similar in color too.