Rob Beschizza at 8:11 am Thu, May 31, 2012
A rainbow during storms in Haikou, the capital of China's Hainan province. Photo: China Daily/Reuters
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This is what happens when Ronnie James Dio goes to heaven and takes control of the weather for a while.
The gods must be flamboyant.
It’s so intense! What does it mean?
Damn it!!! Beat me to it!!!
man, some crazy stuff happens in the sky. what’s up with that place?
Is that real lightning, or computer graphics added to make the rainbow look more impressive?
It looks more like a giant plasma ball. Has China started hiring mad scientists in addition to insane architects?
Double Lightning Rainbow! O_Q
You just nuked half of the Sailor Moon team, there.
That really needs a chrome robot unicorn pasted into it.
Rainbow Dash’s latest trick.
Rainbows happen opposite the light source (if the sun is in one direction, look the other way for the rainbow). So this is just a regular rainbow with lightening behind it, not a rainbow that is caused by the lightening (or it’s just photoshopped).
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