Rare full-circle rainbow over Cookstown, Ireland, March 7, 2016

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From the ground, we only see rainbows as an arc.

But in reality, a rainbow never truly ends and actually forms a full circle.

And that if observed from high enough – like from the eye of the drone which captured this footage near Lissan House in Cookstown, Northern Ireland on March 8, 2016 – the water droplets are in the air below the viewer and more of the arc is revealed.

And below in different parts… Please make the puzzle:

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Awesome sky phenomenon!

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  1. This comes as no surprise. Everyone knows there are pots of gold at the ends of a rainbow and when somebody takes them pots of gold the rainbow becomes a full circle.

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