I’ve seen more rainbows on St. John than I can count, and each is uniquely awesome. Some hang low and wide on the horizon, others arch high and long into the distance. Each brightens the sky, and the spirits, of everything in sight.
Double shiners are common, although challenging to photograph. The picture here is just a corner of the whole double rainbow that went right from the water to the top of Bordeaux Mountain. While I’ve never been at the end of a rainbow, I’ve seen people who have. Boats in the water, when perfectly positioned and well timed, will glow with color. When you’re in a rainbow, can you see the rainbow?