Photographer's Note

This photography is fruit of the chance, I was this image when it shows me to the window of my house and I saw what you now see, it throws four photographies and it lowers to the street to look for a better bottom, but it could not be, had practically been stumped, not having the opportunity to do but photos, I decided to publish one of the four. The rainbow is an optical and meteorological phenomenon that produces the appearance of a continuous phantom of light in the sky when the rays of the sun cross small contained humidity particles in the terrestrial atmosphere. The form is the one of an arc multicolor with red towards the outer part and the violet towards the interior. Less it frequents is the double rainbow, which includes a second more tenuous arc with the invested colors, that is to say, red towards the interior and the violet towards the outside. Although the rainbow shows a continuous phantom of colors, commonly usually it is accepted like seven the colors that conform it, which are the rose, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. When the solar light affects the drops of rain, these are in charge to disperse it in all directions, but in some much more that in others. The involved rays of the Sun with the formation of the rainbow leave the drops of rain with an angle of approximately 138 degrees respect to the direction that took before entering them. This it is the “angle of the rainbow”, discovered by René Descartes in the year of 1637. If the light left to 180 degrees, then it would return by where came. As the output angle is of only 138 degrees, the light is not reflected exactly towards its origin. This makes possible that the rainbow is visible for us, who we are not accustomed to we exactly found between the Sun and rain. So that, if we were placed front to a rainbow, the Sun will always be behind us. POST PROCESS: Adjustment of levels Luminosity Shades Readjustment of levels

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Additional Photos by luiscarlos jimenez (luiscar) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 627 W: 66 N: 867] (3286)
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