MONASTIR RED RAINBOW
On May 13, 2008, I was flying to Tunisia. Just before the plane landed in Monastir, I looked out of the window and saw a faint onset of a red rainbow. About one minute later, the rain became heavier, and the bow became more intensive, even below the horizon. Unfortunately, the plane landed about two minutes later, and I could not see if the red rainbow was visible from the ground.
Author: Michael Großmann, Kämpfelbach, Germany
Posted on May 27, 2011, in observations, rainbow and fogbow and tagged rainbow, red rainbow, subhorizon rainbow. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
Timo Kuhmonen said…
Nice post, not so many views from this perspective… I had seen some weaker rainbows in this summer, but those real bright ones are missing.