As the setting Sun broke through clouds it created a rainbow over my backyard.
I see lots of fine sky phenomena right from my back deck. Such was the case last evening as a storm retreated east as they typically do. Clearing skies in the west allowed the Sun to shine through, the perfect combination for a rainbow.
For the main image above I shot the double rainbow with the ultra-wide 14mm Rokinon lens …
… and also with the 8mm Sigma fish-eye lens for this image. It’s angled to be suitable for re-projection in a tilt-dome planetarium theatre.
We’re into stormy spring weather here in Alberta, so there will be many more rainbows to follow the dark clouds. Let’s hope for no more floods like last June.
– Alan, June 1, 2014 / © 2014 Alan Dyer
One Reply to “Rainbow at Sunset”
One of your best Alan. Just great, bob