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Weather Greeting Card featuring the photograph The Rare Phenomena Rainbows by Janice Rae Pariza

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The Rare Phenomena Rainbows Greeting Card

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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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An amazing image, love how the rainbow seems to give 'wings' to the middle cloud. We look for rainbows on cloudy days, its sometimes all to easy to remember that their promise is always there.

Awesome image!!!

Janice, Amazing photo with such a great sky shot and love the way you have framed this shot with the mountains on each side leading down towards the mountain in the middle of the photo, great depth and a beautiful detailed photo, fav, voted and google promoted

Fabulous work, very well done!

Very beautiful! vf

unique and beautiful like your friendship....f/v

Great capture!

So beautiful and very special.

these are so cool,

This is so beautiful and I had no idea this occurred in nature! Plus, I faved and voted!

Beautiful! v/f God bless!

Wow, maical

Lovely pic

Great capture!

Fantastic work! Very cool rainbow in the sky. v/f

Rare capture, read the description, an amazing sight! Thank you!

Wonderful capture of the amazing sky! V

Very nice!

Lovely shot!

Beautiful capture!! v

Amazing! v

Nice.

Wow - fabulous capture of a rare occurrence. So beautiful. fav/v/g+

I did not realize how rare this was until I read up on it, a once in a lifetime capture! Thanks!

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A rare, rare sight, Iridescent Clouds. Cloud iridescence is the occurrence of colors in a cloud similar to those seen in oil films on puddles, and is similar to irisation. It is a fairly uncommon phenomenon, most often observed in altocumulus,[1] cirrocumulus and lenticular clouds, and very rarely in cirrus clouds.[2][3][4] The colors are usually pastel, but can be very vivid. Iridescence is generally produced near the sun, with the sun's glare masking it, so it is more easily seen by hiding the sun behind a tree or building. Other aids are dark glasses, or observing the sky reflected in a convex mirror or in a pool of water. Iridescent clouds are a diffraction phenomenon caused by small water droplets or small ice crystals individually scattering light. Larger ice crystals produce halos. If parts of clouds have small droplets or crystals of similar size, their cumulative effect is seen as colors. The cloud must be optically thin, so that most rays encounter only a single droplet. Irid...

About Janice Rae Pariza

Janice Rae Pariza

Janice Rae Pariza was born in Youngstown, Ohio in 1955 and raised in Ohio, Florida, New York, Pennsylvania, Nova Scotia and Connecticut. She has been painting since the age of eight. A self taught painter, she supplemented her natural abilities by studying privately for 14 years. A realist in the medium oil, her subject matter has varied throughout the years. She has expanded into the realm of the Abstract and Impressionism. Extensive travel in the U.S., Mexico, and the Caribbean is reflected in her paintings and photography. ***15% of all proceeds are donated to the ASPCA. In 1978 she joined the Air Force which took her to San Antonio, Arizona, New Mexico, California, Texas and Denver, Colorado with Temporary Duty throughout the...

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