Anyway, this particular day started wrapped in the thickest fog I'd ever seen. You literally had to be careful choosing your steps when you walked or hiked outside. It was that thick. As the day warmed the fog lifted and was pushed away by a set of rain and thunderstorms moving down the coast and eventually offshore. Right behind the storms was a patch of blue sky that allowed the sun to peak through just enough to hit the back side of these rain showers and create this cool rainbow. If you stare at the photo long enough you'll see a second, outer rainbow.