Thursday, October 27, 2011

Double Rainbow Over London

Where's London's pot of gold? Incredible double rainbow arcs over the capital

By Kerry Mcqueeney
Last updated at 9:30 PM on 26th October 2011

As the line from folk story Dick Whittington famously said, the streets of London are paved with gold. But what about the pots of gold found at the end of these double rainbows, arcing over the capital this afternoon?
Those lucky enough to catch a glimpse of this phenomenon might well have been rubbing their hands with glee at the thought of the fortunes awaiting them in four locations in the centre of the city.
As these incredible images show, two rainbows stretched over central London in a dramatic image sweeping over the capital's landscape.
The bright colours of the rainbows starkly contrast with the brooding, dark clouds with a bit of sunshine and blue sky peeping through after a day of blustering showers.
It is thought the rainbows could have stretched from between Russell Square and Covent Garden in the centre of the capital. 


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