It's no double rainbow, but for lucky residents of South Carolina, this rare cloud feature was something to get excited about.
Multicolored clouds, colloquially called a "fire rainbow," graced the skies over the Southern state on Sunday afternoon, CBS News reported.
"When I looked up I was truly in awe," Tiffany Jenks, of Mount Pleasant, told CBS News. "The world today is so full strife, but just for that brief moment ... I seemed to step back and remember how beautiful our planet really is."
Also known as a circumhorizontal arc, the phenomenon occurs when sunlight hits ice crystals in cirrus clouds at the right angle. It only happens when the sun is high in the sky -- 58 degrees above the horizon, according to The Independent.
Many people lucky enough to see the rainbow couldn't help snapping pictures and posting them to Instagram.