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|| Midday Rainbow
We normally see rainbows earlier or later in the day when the lower angle of the sun causes them to arch high in the sky. When the sun is high in the sky, around noon, physics dictates that the rainbow will be very low and close to the horizon, and as such may go unnoticed. If some mountains happen to be sticking up above the horizon, though . . . well, that's a very special situation indeed for spotting a rainbow in the middle of the day.
Canon 5D2, 28-300 zoom.