PHOTOS: Island photographers share what’s over the rainbow

Susan Osso submitted these photos of a rainbow crossing the Courtenay-Comox estuary after an afternoon shower Monday, May 4.
Susan Osso submitted these photos of a rainbow crossing the Courtenay-Comox estuary after an afternoon shower Monday, May 4.
This rainbow nearly lands right atop the Appletree In west Courtenay. Michael Appleton posted the photo to the Comox Valley Record’s Facebook page. I wonder if anyone was buying lottery tickets at the time?
Tracy Bassett posted this photo onto the Comox Valley Record Facebook page, of the rainbow arching over the airpark.
Jamie Wilson posted this great shot of the rainbow crossing the estuary onto the Comox Valley Record Facebook page.
A rainbow “touches down” on Farquharson farm with a cherry tree in full bloom. Photo by Richard Boyle
The flag flying at the Courtenay Legion was especially stunning with the rainbow in the background. Photo by Richard Boyle
The Vaux’s Swifts return to roost in the chimney of the Courtenay Museum. Photo by Richard Boyle

Courtenay resident Susan Osso submitted a couple of photos of a rainbow crossing the Courtenay-Comox estuary after an afternoon shower Monday, May 4.

“Indeed there is gold at the end of the rainbow and it’s called the Comox Valley!” she said.

Soon after the photos were published, more were submitted. We’ve expanded the photo gallery.

If you have a rainbow photo from Monday to share, send it to editor@comoxvalleyrecord.com



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