Look at this fire rainbow picture! Also known as circumhorizontal arcs, these strange clouds are neither fire, nor rainbows, but are so called because of their brilliant pastel colors and flame like appearance.
Hexagon shaped ice crystals gets split into individual colors just like in a prism. This image was snapped two weeks ago by Curt Peer in Florida.
Watch some other amazing pictures of circumhorizontal arcs here.
As he explained on Space Weather:
[quote_box_center]Taken by Curt Peer on September 28, 2014 @ The sun was high in the sky and colors showed in the sky between the clouds. Very cool moment so I grabed my camera. [/quote_box_center]
Good job man, it’s gorgeous!