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That is very interesting! smile  I wonder how that would happen?  Maybe there was a fierce storm, that included lightning and rain.  Probably the sun was near the storm.  So lightning struck, and the sunlight passed through the water, and the rainbow formed. Clearly, this is the explanation behind this fascinating picture.

Kazi
New York

Posted by Kazi  on  06/06  at  11:13 AM

Really cool!

Kazi
New York

Posted by Kazi  on  06/06  at  11:34 AM

Awesome!

Ryan
New York

Posted by Ryan  on  06/06  at  11:38 AM

I like Seymour Simon articles.Also my favorite article is all of them.It fun to read book that is from Seymour Simon.

Jacqueline
NY

Posted by Jacqueline  on  06/07  at  06:20 PM

I like Seymour Simon articles.Also my favorite article is all of them.It fun to read book that is from Seymour Simon.smile

Jacqueline
NY

Posted by Jacqueline  on  06/07  at  06:22 PM

Wow I never saw a double rainbow with lighting!!!!!!!

Posted by Subaita  on  06/08  at  12:06 PM

Wowow this is so awesome because I never saw double rainbow with lighting!!!!!!!

Subaita
New York

Posted by Subaita  on  06/08  at  12:08 PM

Wow this is so cool I never saw double rainbow with lighting!!!!

Subaita
New York

Posted by Subaita  on  06/08  at  12:10 PM

This is very awesome because I never saw a double rainbow with lighting!!!!!

Subaita
New York

Posted by Subaita  on  06/08  at  12:11 PM

Wow!!!! Cool

Kailah
Montana

Posted by Kailah  on  07/08  at  01:12 PM

Wow it s amazing I never saw lighting like that before especially with a rainbow just amazing

-Shambhavi
ILLINOIS

Posted by Shambhavi  on  08/01  at  05:49 PM
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