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Burning bright: The spectacular 'fire rainbow' that bathed the Scottish sky in a…

Ali Bain, 61, who witnessed the colourful rainbow in Moray, Scotland, said he had just moments to photograph the clouds before they disappeared.
Clare Hogan
Clare Hogan • 1 year ago

The rare fire rainbow was spotted at the River Spey in Moray by 61-year-old Ali Bain who was out for an evening stroll

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