Fountain Rainbow

If you look closely at the partial rainbow created between the fountain and Chinese Pagoda in Victoria Park, London, you might notice that there is an orange band, but no clear red one.

The rainbow has been created by the mist-like tiny droplets from the fountain, not the main drops that fall back to the lake, which are too big.

These tiny droplets create rainbows with no red in them.

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