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A double rainbow! Notice Alexander's dark band between the two 'bows. Exciting stuff.
6th Apr 2005, 23:01  

Helen says:

Oooh, spoilt.

6th Apr 2005, 23:05

Joe says:

oooo NICE!

6th Apr 2005, 23:05

KnitWit says:

Nice! I've not seen a rainbow in ages.

6th Apr 2005, 23:18

neel says:

This one took me a bit by surprise: I was trying to get a nice close-up on the shimmery sun-rain effect on a building across from the bus station - then suddenly I noticed this blummin' great double rainbow! Noice.

7th Apr 2005, 01:54

J says:

I have once or twice seen a tripple rainbow. (sorry no photo) they have generaly been on days like today, with bright sun inbetween banks of rain clouds. Any one else seen doubles or tripples.

7th Apr 2005, 09:28

Euphro says:

Marvellous rainbow shot :) You must have quite a wide lens to get all that in. I've never seens a triple: I thought you needed to see one over water for that (i.e. extra rainbows generated from light reflected off the water) :)

7th Apr 2005, 09:41

J says:

No they were definatley tripples or the same rainbow, The main one very bright, the second like in the photo not as bright (still quite bright) with a dark band between, The third outside the other two and very faint.

7th Apr 2005, 09:48

neel says:

I've seen pictures of triple bows, but I don't think I've seen one myself.

The K700i has a 4.1mm lens (1:2.8) - the second shot is a double-image panorama.

7th Apr 2005, 11:00

neel says:

(The post title, by the by, is a reference to our favourite teen drama.)

7th Apr 2005, 13:18

Helen says:

I've seen a triple. And doubles.

7th Apr 2005, 13:27