It may be the rarest of all rainbows, only appearing when sunlight, cloud or fog, and the observers are all in a line.
So to capture the appearance of this Buddha’s Halo on film is indeed a near-miracle.
The phenomenon appeared over the Huang Mountain in Huangshan, Anhui province of China after rain today.
Buddha is often depicted with a halo around his head.
The rainbow is a natural phenomenon of atmospheric optics. It is formed by the diffuse reflection and diffraction of sunlight irradiating the surface of the cloud.
That is, it is an extra-bright rainbow after rain.
Read more: Daily Mail