Wild weather here in Denver over the last few days. It dropped almost 40 degrees in 4 hours Tuesday, and snowed all day yesterday. I woke up this morning to a cloudless sky, and was pretty sure I’d find some photos in the park.
Grabbing my cameras and running over there, I photographed a lot of steam coming up off the the lake in the morning light, but just as I was leaving, I saw a rainbow forming. It was created on a cloudless morning by ice crystals in the air, and I can almost see them in the raw when I zoom in. They appear to be streaming from the rainbow, the way the tail of a comet streams away from the sun.
The rainbow didn’t create an arch, but the other side looked like this, through the trees: