First post for a while, not been able to get on as much as I used to.
This was taken on the 8th July and have only got round to looking through them.
It was raining very hard then the sun came out and the rainbow was cast over a local town Saltburn and the cliff there.
I hope you like it, it looked so much better in real life but had to share it with you!
Hope you like it comments and critiques welcome!
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colibriav (2172) 2007-07-21 9:02
Impresionante, magnifico espectaculo de la naturaleza que has sido capaz de plasmar con tu camara.
Tue (31064) 2007-07-21 9:06
Good to see you back. I like very much to see this photo cause I saw this coastline last week, when sailing from Newcastle to The Netherlands. :-)
The double rainbow looks beautifully. I find the composition good with the inclusion of the beach in the foreground and the cliffs in the background. Thanks for sharing!
carper (96) 2007-07-21 10:00
I love it Steven,
the catch of the double rainbow is nice, it is well framed and from a very good quality, the photojob is very good, congratiolation. have a nice day
vizion (729) 2007-07-21 11:54
Very strong highlighted rainbow. It's very beautiful and the small reflection on the water is just a bonus.
Thanks for sharing this.
feather (51130) 2007-07-22 1:50
Hey! I thought you were too busy getting engaged and buying houses!
Despite the offensive weather we have had this summer I haven't seen any rainbows, so you were lucky to be in the right place at hte right time. I particularly like the reflection in the wet sand. Where were you? St Germaine's?
nels (2621) 2007-07-22 5:54
hi steven,, nice to see you back,,, to get a single rainbow is good but to get a double, brill ,,like the reflection in the sand
- Copyright: Steven Danby (danby1) (3697)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2007-07-08
- Categories: Daily Life, Nature
- Camera: Sony Cybershot V1, Sony Memory Stick
- Exposure: f/4, 1/250 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2007-07-21 9:00