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A rainbow formed in waterfall spray. A small part of a secondary rainbow is also visible. (2009-06-18)

 

To the right is a primary rainbow with some supernumerary rainbows, and to the left a secondary rainbow. (2010-06-29)

 

A rainbow formed during sunset. Since this was taken during sunset, the dominant light at this moment was red light, which is why the other colors are a lot less intense in this rainbow than they usually are in rainbows. (2012-05-20)

 

[ normal || enhanced ] ⇛ Several supernumerary rainbows (the smaller ones to the left of the main rainbow). Supernumerary rainbows form when the droplets are of a very uniform size. (2012-07-11)

 

A very bright rainbow with several supernumerary rainbows. (2015-05-20)

 

A rainbow in waterfall spray. At the center of the rainbow you can see my shadow. (2015-09-10)

 

Bright primary and secondary rainbows. Alexander's band (the darker band of sky between the primary and secondary rainbows) can be clearly seen in this photo. (2016-08-11)

 

A rainbow and its reflection. (2016-10-01)

 

Not an everyday sight. A rainbow in the middle of winter with snow on the ground and temperatures below freezing. (2017-01-07)

 

A rainbow. (2017-08-05)

 

A very intense part of a rainbow. (2017-08-05)

 

A very intense part of a rainbow. Alexander's band (the darker band of sky between the primary and secondary rainbows) is very clear in this photo. (2017-08-05)

 

A rainbow, both in infrared and visible light, where it can be seen that the primary rainbow is slightly wider in infrared. (2017-10-21)

 

A rainbow, both in infrared and visible light, where it can be seen that the primary rainbow is slightly wider in infrared. (2017-10-21)