Rare Photograph of Rainbow Contrails Created by Cloud Iridescence

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Earlier this month Japanese CG artist and photographer Yutaka Kagaya (previously) was perched atop a hill in the village of Oshino near the foot of Mt. Fuji. This, as it turned out, happened to be the right place at the right time for a rare, magical moment. That moment occurred when cloud iridescence appeared in the sky. The occurrence of colors in clouds is itself a fairly uncommon phenomenon. But the magic happened when a plane suddenly passed through the clouds, leaving behind rainbow-colored contrails.

Kagaya was ready with his camera and snapped several pictures, two of which he posted to his twitter account. The photographer, who has a passion for all things celestial, admits that even he had never seen something like this before.

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1 Comment

  1. RealEyes Realize Real Lies

    May 17, 2016 at 5:00 pm

    Oh please, you think air pollution is pretty? Would it be just as pretty spewing out of your car and lingering for hours? Geoengineeringwatch.org

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