Unfortunately, we always have to endure at least some part of a storm before we have the opportunity to see these beautiful multicoloured arcs of light in the sky. Rainbows occur when it’s both raining and the sun is shining simultaneously. To see a rainbow, you must stand with your back to the sun, otherwise, it will not be visible. I won’t bore you with all the meteorological facts and fiction about rainbows but just share with you a few I have been fortunate enough to capture on my photo road trips. We’ll start on the north coast of Scotland at Sango Bay. On this occasion, I had secured a pitch for my camper van right on the cliff edge above the bay. It was late afternoon just after my arrival and the weather had been particularly stormy for the last few days. Typical of Scotland another brief storm came through and then cleared leaving the view seen below.