Most difficult part about getting this photo was the fleeting rainbow, steadily falling, inverse the rising sun. blended with spotty sunlight through a broken rainforest canopy. the lit rainbow behind the shaded rocks required direct sunlight, at the right angle, at the right time, which often seemed cloudier than clear. but with patience and foresight, i found a minute-or-so window with the right alignment.

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    1. Videos dazu find ich leider nich. Die Steine sind schon fett, aber das so zu timen, dass ein Regenbogen darin endet ist etwas krass :p

    1. haha.. no worries. nothing more than the basic physics of moisture, light, and perspective. i never saw such an alignment until being here… but as always.. this is the real deal.

  1. With every picture I see of Gravity Glue I wonder: “How is it possible?? How do they create the balance between the stones?” It’s awesome!