Take a look at the science behind this colorful phenomenon in the sky, that’s not a rainbow…
This stunning video shows a variety of supercells and other rotating storms, spooky night based mesoscale convective systems, various forms of lightning, atmospheric optics such
Two rare optical effects over Bryce Canyon, that were captured in one amazing image taken earlier this month. Both effects needed to have the Sun
A community at the village of Palmitas, in Mexico, just decorated brilliantly by colorful rainbow mural.
Extremely rare quadruple rainbow captured by a very lucky woman in Long Island, NY named Amanda Curtis.
In Stormscapes 2 time lapse project there is a little bit of everything: from rainbows to tornadoes. Watch the video…
Tokujin Yoshioka’s Crystalize exhibit, a 40 feet tall installation and containing 500 crystal prisms. including the crystal Rainbow Church at the Museum of Contemporary Art
What is pictured above is actually just a common rainbow. It’s uncommon appearance is caused by the Sun being unusually high in the sky during
The photo above shows a rainbow that seems to have it all; vibrant colors, primary and secondary bows, supernumerary bows, and even faint anticrepuscular rays.
Rainbows exhibit the colors we’re all familiar with when they’re not at their highest position in the sky. As the Sun sets, rainbows arch higher