Great mix of grey, overcast clouds, and brilliant sun illumination. Also, I like much the color and texture of the river.I used to think of double rainbows as lucky. But Peruvian rainbows? Take a gander:“In Amazonian cultures, rainbows have long been associated with malign spirits that cause harm, such as miscarriages and (especially) skin problems. In the Amuesha language of central Peru, certain diseases are called ayona’achartan, meaning "the rainbow hurt my skin". A tradition of closing one's mouth at the sight of a rainbow in order to avoid disease appears to pre-date the Incan empire.” Considering that Laila’s camera kept its “mouth” open when taking the photo I wonder how badly it skin hurts. One hopes not as bad as this.Some interesting “other mythologies” here.
Wow, double rainbows, two sets of wishes :D I always forget my camera when I'm faced with double rainbows. I get rooted on the spot and just admire. :D Great shot. Here's my Skywatch.
I see 2 as well! A capture to kill for (figuratively!):) Am glad I looked on my bloglist -Skywatch is so big that it's easy to overlook!
Seeing rainbow will bring you good luck~A good Friday for you~
The view is magical and the story behind it sounds like a fun adventure, happy SWF
I see the two rainbows one is a little on the faint side. but they are both very beautiful. Great sighting. Happy skywatching!
All of the ingredients for a great image are present and you have managed to capture each of them. Very nice work.
Not something you see often! Spectacular capture.
Oh I do like a good rainbow...and there are two in this photo...simply amazing....wonderful shot.
Beautiful scene and your photo, too.Regards and best wishes
Rainbows are so magical.
Great shot from a really interesting and exotic location!
Lovely photo! Hope the rainbow brings good fortune....
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