The rainbow has its own place in legends because of its beauty and historical difficulty in explaining the mysterious phenomenon.
A rainbow which can be caused by rain and other forms of water like mist, spray, and dew spans a continuous spectrum of colors. Rainbows have many forms such as multiple bows, red bows, twinned bows, and colored fringes.
In general, rainbows are described as colorful and peaceful. Let’s have a look at the most following beautiful rainbows around the world.
Semicircular rainbow in an island in the Maldives
An illuminated rainbow in Serrieres in the canton of Neuchatel, Switzerland
A double sunset rainbow in McFall, Missouri
A sunset rainbow in Silicon Valley
A clear primary rainbow and reflected rainbow in the water in Kansas
A semicircular rainbow at Alaska’s Wrangell-St. Elias National Park
Double rainbow caught in black and white over Melbourne
A 200-degree rainbow on St. Johns, U.S. Virgin Islands
Double rainbow in the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia
A semicircular sunset rainbow at the beach of Carsethorn, Scotland
A gorgeously perfect semicircular rainbow in Whitestone, Alaska
A perfectly semicircular rainbow in New York City
The rainbow over the Gulfoss Falls in Iceland
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