Montana Fogbow imaged by James Perdue (Photography) in the remote Centennial Valley Red Rock Lakes Wildlife Refuge, August 5 '06. Image ©James Perdue, shown with permission.
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The shadow of the photographer's head (or to be precise that of the camera) marks the bow centre at the antisolar point directly opposite the sun. Just inside the bow is a characteristic dark band and then a faint and broad supernumerary. Like a rainbow, the area inside the bow is bright with refracted and reflected light. Outside the bow to the right there is a fragment of very faint secondary fogbow.