Divergent Light Rainbow

On the evening of October 7 the weather was windy and rainy. I went out to take photos of rainbow using very powerfull light source. The shaft of light is narrow, but it illuminates buildings that are more than one kilometer away. The distance from the photographing spot to light source was about 150 meters. On October 10 I took photos of fogbow. It was amazingly bright and seemed to show up better closer to the light source.

[Posted by Marko Mikkilä]

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Posted on May 14, 2011, in observations, rainbow and fogbow and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Harald Edens said…

    Beautiful! Just wondering, what kind of light source were you using?

  2. Michael Ellestad said…

    Marko I was thinking the same thing myself because I used the headlights from my old pickup to make nice car headlight fog and rainbows.

    Congrads on the photos.

  3. Marko Mikkilä said…

    Light source what i use is
    Johnlite Seach-cop2. you find it here
    http://users.tpg.com.au/users/p8king/st3300.htm

  4. Jari Luomanen said…

    Marko,

    These are great! And yes, the light source appears to be rather suitable for the job.

    Jari

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