Schweitzer “Snowbow”

Taken on December 27, 2018

I took this picture of a “snowbow” which is technically a rainbow, at Schweitzer about 9:30 a.m. I read that it’s a rare occurrence to see one, and it’s caused when the sunlight is refracted through snowflakes in the air. A snowbow only happens when the sun is low and it’s snowing at either sunrise or sunset.

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