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High Altitude Cirrus Rainbow

Posted in Uncategorized by Simon Bisson on July 10, 2006

High Altitude Cirrus Rainbow
Originally uploaded by sbisson.

A high altitude cirrus ice rainbow over Richmond in south-west London. Look here for more details of just how they form and work.

Very beautiful and, apparently, very rare.

Richmond
July 2006

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  1. pogodragon said,

    Beautiful indeed. I’ve never seen that phenomena before, though I don’t think I’d have ever thought to look for it either.

  2. marypcb said,

    I leant back in my chair, looked up and there it was 😉


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