The British captured the unusual natural phenomenon.
British photographer Melvin Nichols managed to capture a white rainbow in the sky of Scotland. She appeared on the plain of Rannoch moor, which is located in the Scottish areas of Perth and Kinross and highland.
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This type of rainbow is called foggy because it is formed not because of the rain, like a normal seven-colored rainbow, but because of the fog.
Barely visible white color of this natural phenomenon is due to the fact that this rainbow is formed with an ultra-small drops.