Rainbows Are A Beauty Of Nature
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Posted 05/28/2022 in Category 1 by Breaie

Rainbows Are A Beauty Of Nature


Rainbows Are A Beauty Of Nature

Many of us have seen rainbows in the sky many times.  Have you considered what a rainbow means and how the rainbow pops up in the sky?

Numerous cultures consider a rainbow formation in the sky to be a symbol of good luck and hope.  In other cultures, the appearance of a rainbow in the sky is not considered a good luck symbol.

Christians believe that rainbows hold a Biblical meaning.  For the Irish, their folklore and legends state there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.  Supposedly, a Leprechaun is there to protect the pot of gold.  There are so many other meanings attached to seeing rainbows in the sky.  

Rainbows are beautiful artwork of nature.

Rainbows are a natural wonder of the weather.  My understanding of reading up on how rainbows pop up in the sky is a rainbow is an optical phenomenon.  "When sunlight and atmospheric conditions are just right and the viewer position all line up the rainbow appears."  

Rainbows need water droplets that can float in the air. Makes sense because rainbows only appear after a storm or just rainy weather. 

The main picture is of a rainbow is a shot I took in a boat marina in Honolulu Hawaii. The rainbow is partially covered by clouds.  

This photo was taken by my cell phone in McKinney TX in the evening.  An intense rainstorm with high winds came through.  This rainbow picture turned out to be unique rainbow photograph because there are two rainbows also known as double rainbows in this picture. 

If you enjoyed this blog article and the pictures and want to learn more about rainbows, just click on the cited source links below.


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Article written and contributed by Brenda

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Cited Sources:

https://scijinks.gov/rainbow/

https://www.livescience.com/30235-rainbows-formation-explainer.html




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