When we visited our son in Hawaii, we were amazed to see a rainbow just about every day. That's not so common here. This one, like most I see, is an afternoon shower. The sun needs to be behind one in order to see a rainbow in front. This direction is looking roughly northeast, which 'works' as far as the mechanics of rainbows go. It needs to be sunny behind, and a bit rainy in front. Since our weather usually progresses from west to east, and the sun is low in the west in the afternoon, when I see a rainbow, it's usually in the afternoon. I'm such a science nerd but still, they are beautiful things to behold.
|Lens ID||14-45mm F3.5-5.6|
|Focal Length||45.0 mm (35 mm equivalent: 90.0 mm)|
|Flash||Off, Did not fire|