A Gloucestershire village has been treated to the unusual sight of three rainbows.
A regular rainbow happens when sunlight is refracted through raindrops, splitting the light into the spectrum of colours.
When rays of light are reflected three times within a rain drop, a triple rainbow is produced.
BBC Weather Watcher Gordon photographed the triple rainbow in the village of Frampton on Severn.
“I’ve never seen such a thing before,” he said.
There have only been five scientific reports of triple rainbows in 250 years, says international scientific body the Optical Society.
The sight impressed Twitter users:
However, it has been suggested that the photograph has not captured a triple rainbow, as they would all form concentric circles, which is not the case in this instance.
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