This is a photo of Tibetan Buddhist monk, the Ven. K. C. Ayang Rinpoche, blessing the deer in Kyoto's Nara Park, July 26th, 1985. He only asked once for a photo of him to be taken, saying, "Take a photo now!" No one saw the rainbow until the print was developed. Rinpoche, on seeing the photograph, said he felt that his prayer blessing of the deer had been answered by the Buddha Amitabha at the very moment the photo was taken, when he had made contact with the deer, and that the power of His blessing appeared in rainbow form.
Aircraft carrier steams through a rainbowCNN - February 4, 2015
Denali Highway, AlaskaNational Geographic
Tanzania RainbowNational Geographic
Rainbows frame a peculiar lava formation at Ol Doinyo Lengai, a volcano in Tanzania. Maasai goddess Eng'al, who signals her wrath with eruptions and drought, is said to inhabit the summit.
Rainbow CarNational Geographic
The end of a rainbow spotlights a solitary car traveling down a remote road in North America. Since a rainbow is an optical illusion, it doesn't have an actual endpoint. Instead, a rainbow's position continually shifts depending on the viewer's perspective.
Canada: Rainbow, Purple SkyNational Geographic
Rare "Rainbow" Spotted Over IdahoNational Geographic June 19, 2006
Tornado and Rainbow Over Kansas
Circular rainbow seen while skydiving over Rochelle, Illinois
Rainbows can form in mist, such as that of a waterfall
Rainbow after sunlight bursts through after an intense shower in Maraetai, New Zealand
Iridescent Cloud Over OhioNASA - May 12, 2009
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