Professional photojournalist Mark M. Hancock discusses photojournalism and the eccentricities associated with gathering images for daily newspapers and magazines.
Was the pot of gold under the water?
I'm not sure. The Coast Guard was patrolling the area, so I guess there could've been one.
Does that rainbow show up often? I rode through Beaumont once and all I saw was a big traffic jam and a rainbow (which made it hard to complain about the traffic). That's a sad story up top. The photos are really touching though.
Rainbows are a refraction of light through rain. They visibly occur before 10 a.m. and after 4 p.m. as sunlight rakes through the rain. They're most common in the spring and fall because the sun's light wavelength shifts and cold fronts produce more frequent rain.
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