On the way home from the office this morning around 6AM, I noticed that an inbound rain shower from the west, clear skies to the east and imminent sunrise were about to combine to form a rare spectacle over Charleston. Morning rainbows are very infrequent events, appearing in the western skies - resulting in rare photo composition opportunities, opposite the direction of the usual afternoon/evening rainbow. I chose the ridge behind my house for the event, and had a great view.
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Ever notice how morning rainbows seem to be much more softer and diffuse due to the increased overnight moisture at low levels? Certainly can't ask for a better start to the day! - Posted by Paul from Decatur, IL
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