Located in San Juan county, the monument is named after tall buttes resembling the top of a bear’s peeking over a ridge.
One of the striking features of this island is the process of island-building caused by the flow of molten lava into the ocean.
Cotopaxi is the second highest summit in the county. Interestingly, it is an active volcano that last erupted in 1904.
The beauty of this national park is accentuated by ice, snow, mist, and beautiful hilltops. A rainbow just adds to the entire scenery.
One can surely witness the full extent of a rainbow’s arc from an airborne view at the Grand Canyon.
Every year, Gullfoss is visited by a large number of tourists. The Golden Falls is formed by a glacial river, Hvítá that flows straight into a narrow canyon.
Thanks to the meteorological and geographical conditions of Hawaii, rainbows are a pretty common sight here.
This huge national reserve is popular for the large migration of wildebeest, also known as gnus.
The mist of the waterfall works to produce the rainbow. This is also one of the UNESCO’S World Heritage sites.
The scenic backdrop of West Fjords offers an ideal landscape for the appearance of a rainbow.
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