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Forest rainbow in the Sequoia

Forest rainbow in the Sequoia

Photo taken by the Sequoia King of a morning rainbow east of Park Ridge in the Sequoia National Forest, California. Taken at an altitude near 5,500 feet, the unique vantage point of a horizontal cloud cover provides a glorious view of a morning forest rainbow.

In a rare display of grandeur, a wet morning in the Sequoia National Forest provided a beautiful rainbow contrasted against towering pine and incense cedar trees.

These photos were taken of a morning rainbow east of Park Ridge in the Sequoia National Forest, California. Taken at an altitude near 5,500 feet, the unique vantage point of a horizontal cloud cover provides a glorious view of a morning forest rainbow. Just behind this ridge lies the giant Sequoias of Grant Grove in the Kings Canyon National Park.

These photographs were taken with a Canon 5D MK3 sporting a 70-300mm lens, and colored for taste.

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Photo by Brian Petersen with Sequoia King

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