Seen yesterday: a Great Horned Owl chick, a Western Toad, a double rainbow.
A recent posting showed a Great Horned Owl parent and one of its chicks. Here is the other.
Lest one be called a speciesist, we must recognize this Western Toad as one handsome fellow.
Things to notice in last evening’s double rainbow:
• the darkest region of the sky is between the two bows;
• red is on the outside of the primary bow, but the inside of the secondary bow;
• the colours are best near the horizon;
• the supernumerary bows (faint bows inside primary) are best near the top of the primary.
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