Full double rainbow

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  1. Garbz

    Garbz No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Here's just a quick snap of what happened this afternoon. Please don't point out the flaws, it was a rush to take, a rush to process, and all I want to deliver here is what a beautiful rainbow I very briefly saw today from my balcony :)

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    wow - rare thing to see!
    beautiful :)
     
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    I think it turned out pretty well anyway, the light "inside" the rainbows looks slightly different than outside, making it look like the rainbows are the edge of a dome or a bubble :)
     
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    Nice, I saw a double rainbow recently too. Very cool.
     
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    Someday I may just remember to bring the polariser out too. Someone pointed out on another forum that it would have helped a lot :er:
     
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    Just amazing! Thank for this pic.
     

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