My contribution for this week’s challenge…
According to Google the definition of refraction is as follows.
change in direction of propagation of any wave as a result of its travelling at different speedsat different points along the wave front.
measurement of the focusing characteristics of an eye or eyes.
This roughly coincides with my school science
memories of refracted light…
“…when light passes through glass or water it bends
according to the density of the water or glass.
However, when it exits the glass the light beam is
parallel to the original source beam…”
We often look up ‘up’ at rainbows, however,
this is the first time I was able to look ‘down’ at a rainbow.
This rainbow was caused as light was refracted as it passed
through the spray caused by water tumbling over Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.
I must admit that I cannot see all the colours of a rainbow…
but I think it qualifies as a rainbow and refracted light.
This is an incredible capture! Yep, not often is there a chance to shoot a rainbow in the reflection of the water. (Cimmy and I do, however, have a parody of the Double Rainbow vid that my daughter did the video work for. Lemme know if you’d like a link to it.)
Thanks for stopping by the Journal Jar!
Thank you and yes I would like to check out the Parody
Here you go: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qAoQrY77hM
Great capture…well done
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Great capture, Woolly. 🙂
Fantastic shot. 😍