The King's Moon Lives

in Picture A Day6 months ago

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The Rainbow, in the local Acehnese term, is known as Buleun Raja Timoh (The king's moon lives), a term closely related to mythological stories, which are very diverse in our area. I had been immersed in those mythical tales when I was a kid. No regrets! I'm sure there are various mythological stories related to this optical phenomenon in other communities.

The picture was taken in the afternoon in the area of Darut Island Pusong, Lhokseumawe, Aceh, Indonesia, using a Sony A7iii camera and a Sony FE 50mm F1.8 lens.

Exif Data: 1/80 sec; f/2,2; ISO 50
Author: Irfan M Nur (@vannour)

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That is one way to use the 50mm om. lovely shots, and a beautiful rainbow.

The point is we have to control the tool according to our needs and desires.

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Lovely shot, you really captured the beautiful rainbow.

Thank you

This is amazing. Much effort must have been put in other to capture this beautiful site. Well done @vannour

thank you, have a nice day.

You are welcome sir