Reeks, Kerry, Ireland. Aidan
Forde captured this memorable fogbow with two supernumeraries
in February '07. He used a wide-angle 10mm lens on a Canon EOS
20D. At the bow's centre there is a tiny glory and Aidan's
shadow makes a Brocken spectre. "That
ridge very often has very good bows like these - it runs east-west
and the wind blowing up the relatively gentle southern slope
creates a vortex in the steep corrie on the northern side. This
brings the air up the cold northern slope, but only to the top
and staying on the northern side.
Ideal conditions!" Image ©Aidan
Forde, shown with permission.