'Moonbow' photographed in Yorkshire Dales

'Moonbow' photographed in Yorkshire Dales
 

A rare lunar rainbow - or moonbow - has been photographed in the skies over Yorkshire.
Ben Gwynne captured the sight on the moors between Skipton and Keighley at about 19:40 GMT.
Lunar rainbows are formed when moonlight, rather than direct sunlight, is refracted by moisture in the atmosphere.
On Sunday, a Hunter's Moon - also known as a blood moon - lit up skies over the UK.
If you have a picture of the Hunter's moon you'd like to share, email us at england@bbc.co.uk, post it on Facebook or tweet it to @BBCEngland
Mr Gwynne had stopped to take some photos of the supermoon when he caught... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 55
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