Friday, May 15, 2009


Circular Rainbows

Flat hexagonal shaped ice crystals falling through the atmosphere in the form of cirrus clouds sometimes, when the sun is at least 58 degrees high in the sky, create a flat, or circular rainbow, like the one pictured over Dublin, Ohio. Hugh Hewitt would know where that is. I don't. It's also known as a circumhorizontal arc and sometimes called a fire rainbow.

Very nice. And not that gay.


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