Two stunning horseheads, The Kelpies, in Falkirk, Scotland are arched by an equally stunning rainbow.
What lies at the end of the rainbow?
It’s meant to be a pot of gold, but in this case it’s the Sydney Opera House.
I guess it’s a pot of gold in its own way, but at least it is one that is attainable.
These former battlefields from the first World War, around Messines Ridge in Belgium, are now used for agriculture, and occasionally enjoy the most wonderful rainbows.
If you look for the pot of gold at the end of this rainbow make sure you know what end to look.
Tokyo Skytree is the one of the world’s tallest structures, and after a recent typhoon it was bathed in the brightest of rainbows.
Found this stunning rainbow over a village in Dorset in the south of England. I don’t know who took the photo but its a beauty.
This must be one of the most spectacular sights on the planet. This is the Victoria Falls, on the Zambezi River between Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Surfing is popular just off the coast of Asu Island in Sumatra, Indonesia, and when you can surf through a rainbow it is even better.
The great scientist Sir Isaac Newton did not invent rainbows. But he did discover that white light consists on many colors, and can be split using a prism.
These are two very famous paintings.
One of them is known as abstract art.
There are no tricks here. This is a horizontal rainbow I saw in Izu a few weeks ago.
And it was not raining, and I was facing the sun.
Most rainbows are shaped like a bridge in the sky, but this rainbow that I saw in Izu last month is the wrong way round.
I have no idea how this rainbow was formed (it was not raining at the time).
I like rainbows. This photo is taken from somewhere on the net. It looks too good to be true!
There was a huge typhoon which swept across Japan yesterday, and it left behind this beautiful rainbow, which was much lower and thicker than usual.
We don’t often get rainbows with green hills as a backdrop.