Rainbows are not an extremely rare phenomenon, even though they feel that way. You would think that because they need sunlight and water in the air in the form of mist, fog or rain, they would be seen more often.
Rain droplets serve as a type of reflector of light. White light enters one individual rain droplet and exits as one specific color of the spectrum. Without millions of such drops, a rainbow is not possible to form. If there were just a few, then there would be a rainbow of only a few colors. This is typically why the meteorological marvel appears usually after a storm.
From Hawaii to Ireland and Brazil, there are many destinations around the world where you can see the beautiful multi-colored arc in the sky. Rainbows create an incredible spectrum of colors; they can turn any average photo into an Instagram worthy picture.
This is one of the most beautiful lakes in Austria. From north to south it is approximately 22 miles long. There are tons of wildlife viewing opportunities around the lake along with beautiful towns and villages.
This is one of the oldest and most iconic bridges in the United States. The Brooklyn Bridge connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn. It was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1964.
This is a photo of a natural pool casting a colorful rainbow in Hilo, also known as Big Island, Hawaii. With tons of waterfalls, jungles and gorgeous beaches, Hilo is full of scenic views and incredible photo opportunities.
Located in Alberta is this beautiful national park. View this gorgeous rainbow amongst pristine wilderness and abundant wildlife. People love this park for its mountains, valleys, glaciers,forests, alpine meadows, more than 600 hiking trails and variety of whitewater rafting opportunities.