Hidden inside a sunbeam
Here is proof that white light is made up of all the colours of the rainbow.
When I took a shot facing the early morning sun, my trusty little Canon camera somehow managed to turn the sun’s rays into this lovely colour spectrum.
You can split white light up into its constituent colours using a glass prism. This was first done by Isaac Newton.
So this was Tuesday’s mystery post. I wonder if you guessed what it was?
Rainbow colours caused by sunlight shining through my magic crystal hanging in the window and hitting the top of the Croc shoe at just the right angle to produce coloured spots.
No, I didn’t position this at all; I was walking down the passage when I noticed the pretty colours.
There’s something just so pleasing about rainbows.
To find out what was causing the prism effect, see my magic crystal post Somewhere Over the Rainbow.
Well done to all of you who hazarded a guess; many of you came close, especially with the shoe part, and even some with the prism lighting effect.
Thank You for participating.
The magic crystal creates its own rainbow.
Somewhere Over the Rainbow
Walking down the passage in the afternoon I came across this rainbow. Search as I might, I couldn’t find the pot of gold. I think Little Monkey must have eaten it!