Tallahassee Trip Day 2: Part 2 – On Light, Refracted Natural and Bright Artifical

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On our way home from Tallahassee it rained.  Poured.  Stormed.  Dad and I were in a gas station and BOOM! Lightning struck quite near us.  So, intelligently, we climbed into our metal box and drove away. Just kidding, we have rubber tires. 🙂

Anyhoo, while we were driving along we saw the faint traces of a rainbow forming near us. I started getting pictures.

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It started becoming quite prominent, and then turned into a double.  That in itself was cool, but then we

FOUND THE END OF THE RAINBOW!

And the front, too, but that was behind us.  Depending on where you start from, I suppose.
It was so cool!!! We could see the start of the vibrant arch in the meridian, and pictures don’t do it justice.

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Here’s the “front”.

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Later on I decided to experiment with lights at night from the car.  That was… interesting.

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That’s it for Tallahassee!  I think I’ll just throw a few pictures from Ohio on here, not do long sagas like this one.  So, until next time,

Squid

4 Replies to “Tallahassee Trip Day 2: Part 2 – On Light, Refracted Natural and Bright Artifical”

    1. Thanks! Aren’t the doubles even more amazing? It’s like God decided to paint us a masterpiece to make up for the storms. Thank you, have a great night too!

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