What is a rainbow? Author Donald Ahrens in his text Meteorology Today describes a rainbow as "one of the most spectacular light shows observed on earth". Indeed the traditional rainbow is sunlight spread out into its spectrum of colors and diverted to the eye of the observer by water droplets.
How many of you have heard the statement, " You can find a pot of gold where the rainbow ends".
There are so many fables based on these beautiful rainbows eventually making one to wonder, if it's mystical or mythical. Rainbows are beautiful and its a common occurrence near water bodies and bright sunlight. Not able to find any rainbows as a subject, you can create one yourself at home, with a garden hose mist and of course plenty of sunlight.
On a A beautiful rainbow and sunny day, you are bound to see a beautiful rainbow and if you are lucky enough you can also catch a double rainbow. Explore this beautiful collection of rainbow photography and be inspired.
Rainbow Photography Tips Clear background: Make sure your background is clutter free, so you can see the beautiful arc of the rainbow.
A rainbow is not a stand still object, it's just one of natures beautiful works. You can always add a tree or cloud in the photo, but just keep the arc, clutter free. You can find two types of rainbows, one which shows the beautiful arc and the other which shows the end of the rainbow or the point where it touches the ground.
Sometimes you can also find another rainbow arc which maybe slightly higher than the first one. If you can capture both the rainbows in the same frame, it makes your rainbow pictures very unique. Let's say you are flying in a plane or travelling somewhere real high up, sometimes you might see a full rainbow circle, this is very rare and of course even tougher to capture on frame.
So keep your eyes open for these kind of unique shots.Rainbow over Lake Ontario.
Burlington, ON, A beautiful rainbow came out over the lake and a rescue boat passed in front in a couple of these pix. A rainbow is seeing God's beauty in the sky.
Sung to the tune, “Twinkle-twinkle Little Star.” Recording by Haley Lehmkuhl. A rainbow is a meteorological phenomenon made up of seven colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. To help a vision-impaired person understand a rainbow, I would emphasize the senses that he or she is capable of experiencing.
Note: Somewhere Over The Rainbow and What a Wonderful World performed by Israël Kamakawiwo'ole. Transposer UkuTabs Transposer Choose how many half steps you wish to transpose the chords in this song and click on the button. Rainbow Photography: How many of you have heard the statement, " You can find a pot of gold where the rainbow ends".
There are so many fables based on these beautiful rainbows eventually making one to wonder, if it's mystical or mythical. Rainbows are beautiful and its a common occurrence near water bodies and bright sunlight. The dedication page of Beautiful Rainbow World by Suzee Ramirez and Lynn Raspet, includes this quote from Mister Rogers: "We want to raise our children so that they can take a sense of pleasure in both their own heritage and the diversity of others" --Mister srmvision.coms: