|Double Moonbow, Volcano
Ice Halo & Stars
Sean King captured this primeval scene on Hawaii. Scroll the nine image panorama to far right for the moon and a 22° halo generated by high ice crystals.
At left, on the opposite side of the sky, an unusual moonbow - a primary, a secondary and inside the primary a faint lunar supernumerary. The weak colours (the unaided eye would likely see none at all) indicate that it was made by very small raindrops. It verges on a mist or fogbow.
All images ©Sean King, shown with permission