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By Daily Mail Reporter.

Hovering in the sky, this rainbow cloud over Mount Everest took an astonished astronomer by surprise.

Oleg Bartunov, 51, caught the spectacle on camera during a Himalayas expedition in Nepal.

His two images show almost the whole spectrum of the rainbow in a natural event rarely recorded at Mount Everest.

The phenomenon is caused by light reflecting off tiny ice crystals inside the body of the cloud’s water vapor.

‘I only took a couple of shots as I was overwhelmed with feelings and wanted to see everything with my eyes and prolong the moment,’ Mr Bartunov said.

‘The light was coming from the sun, which was right under the clouds at the perfect angle to create the magical effect.’

When he witnessed the event he could hardly believe his eyes, so asked others nearby to confirm that it really was a rainbow cloud.

Mr Bartunov, who is a fellow at the Sternberg Astronomical Institute in Moscow, said:
‘There was a group of elderly English women there.

‘I told them to look at the clouds and they started to moan and sigh and started to photograph the clouds with their small photo cameras.’

Psychedelic: The phenomenon is caused by light reflecting off tiny ice crystals inside the body of the cloud’s water vapor.

‘Later I asked many local people who were there if they saw these clouds,’ he added. ‘Not many had seen them before either, so it must be a very rare event.

“It’s not a surprise as people rarely watch the sky at that altitude because the sun’s rays are more harmful to the eyes up there.’

The psychedelic nature of the rainbow cloud wasn’t lost on Mr Bartunov.

He said: ‘If this was the 60s I could have sworn it was some kind of album by The Beatles because the colours were so vivid and dream-like.

This reminds us that to touch the sky, we must paint our world with rainbows and always remember the magic that is there for us if we take the time to behold it, discover it, and explore it. Now is the time to create the world the way we would like it to be.

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Comments on: "Heavenly Haze: Remarkable Rainbow Cloud Towers over Mount Everest" (10)

  1. wow! That is so beautiful. Thanks Cherokee

    • Dear Tarryn:
      these Rainbow clouds are a good reminder of the beauty and majesty of the Creator. so glad you enjoyed this.
      Many blessings,
      Cherokee Billie

  2. Anabella said:

    Dear Cherokee:
    I love this post because I love to watch the clouds of the sky and this rainbow-cloud is very beautiful, truly magical. These photographs are beautiful.
    Nature always amazes us, never ceases to impress us and renews itself in a mysterious way assuming unexpected ways such as this rainbow. I would be there, look to the sky and look at this gift from the Creator, who shows us His love and perfection.
    Genesis 9:13: I have set my rainbow in the clouds, and it will be the sign of the covenant between me and the earth.
    Much love to all.
    Anabella

    • Dear Anabella:
      What a beautiful way you had of commenting on the rainbow clouds. It is always wonderful when The Creator shows us the power of the Divine. That is a wonderful quotation from the Bible. Thank you for your comment.
      Many blessings,
      Cherokee Billie

  3. maureen2010 said:

    Thank you Cherokee Billie, for sharing this. I don’t know where you find some of these wonderful “happenings” that you share with us, but I am always reminded of my love of nature and mother earth.

    Maureen

    • Dear Maureen:
      good to hear from you! I do my best to find things that I feel are of interest. Thank you so much for your comment.
      Many blessings,
      Cherokee Billie

  4. janislynne said:

    Beautiful. Look almost like an angel with wings. Thanks for sharing

    • Dear Janis:
      perhaps it is an angel inside the cloud. They appear in many different ways and forms. I am so glad you enjoyed this.
      Many blessings,
      Cherokee Billie

  5. Oh, just beautiful….thanks for sharing CB. Dreamy Clouds 🙂

    Light and Love Susanxoxox

    • dear Susan:
      is in a wonderful what mother nature creates! It’s always good to see the beauty and wonder of mother nature. Thank you for your comment.
      Many blessings,
      Cherokee Billie

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