Check Out This Fog Bow

Every foggy morning and day I try to get out to the beaches to catch a fog bow. They tend to happen fast and it is a right place right time kind of thing, much like fishing. It is hard to get nature to do what you want when you are out and about, you have to get lucky and pay attention. Fog bows are sometimes called white rainbows, they occur in the fog. The smaller water droplets create less vivid colors that in the fog appear white.

The other day Stephen Hujsa walked over the dune at Broadkill beach, lifted his phone camera, and caught this fog bow. He was in the right place at the right time. He has had some other good timing moments with a rainbow. He managed to catch the end of a rainbow.

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