This palm tree picture says, "I live in Florida."
I saw something over on the left, peeking out from behind a cloud.
Not a rainbow exactly, but definitely something rainbow-ish.
When I went looking for it online, I found fire rainbows.
Rainbow Science: A rainbow is caused by light that is refracted and dispersed when it passes through a prism or an asymmetrical rain drop.
A fire rainbow is caused by light that is defracted when it passes through a symmetrical water droplet. The defracted light manifests itself in a disc-like shape instead of the curved arc of a rainbow. It is rare to find fire rainbows because you have to have water particles in the air that are symmetrical and are approximately the same size.
Another one appeared behind the cloud pillar on the right.
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About twenty minutes after I took these, there was a big storm and all the fire rainbows left. I should say, "after we took these," because Thomas captured some of them.
I love this one, because it looks like the clouds are a dam holding back a river of rainbow that is threatening to spill over.
Do you pull out your camera when you see a rainbow?