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Originally posted November 7 2010 at 22:11 under General and Moments. 0 Comments. Trackbacks Disabled. Last modified: 17 November 2010 at 17:20


Complete arc rainbow in the sky near my house

Popped to the shop earlier, and this is what I saw. The most fabulous rainbow—truly a full arc across the sky, and so intense. I had to call Janet out to look (who knows what the people just arriving home thought of us). It had faded by the time I was coming back to the house, but had managed to snap a couple of shots.

Another view of the rainbow

The rainbow was actually so wide I seriously couldn’t get in all in one shot, which was a little disappointing. This is about as good as I can be bothered to manage (as Hugin didn’t want to play nice). Hand stitched together, the big rainbow! Put a lovely smile on my face anyway :-)

Stitched together view of rainbow

Really large version

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