The rainbow after the storm


Heavy rain gave way Friday evening to clearer skies in time for a spectacular sunset, resulting in a double rainbow over the center of uptown Hillsboro prior to William Michael Morgan’s performance at the 2017 Festival of the Bells. As clouds cleared, many festival-goers had their cellphones out to record and share the sight.

Heavy rain gave way Friday evening to clearer skies in time for a spectacular sunset, resulting in a double rainbow over the center of uptown Hillsboro prior to William Michael Morgan’s performance at the 2017 Festival of the Bells. As clouds cleared, many festival-goers had their cellphones out to record and share the sight.


David Wright | The Times-Gazette

Heavy rain gave way Friday evening to clearer skies in time for a spectacular sunset, resulting in a double rainbow over the center of uptown Hillsboro prior to William Michael Morgan’s performance at the 2017 Festival of the Bells. As clouds cleared, many festival-goers had their cellphones out to record and share the sight.

Heavy rain gave way Friday evening to clearer skies in time for a spectacular sunset, resulting in a double rainbow over the center of uptown Hillsboro prior to William Michael Morgan’s performance at the 2017 Festival of the Bells. As clouds cleared, many festival-goers had their cellphones out to record and share the sight.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/07/web1_rainbow-4.jpgHeavy rain gave way Friday evening to clearer skies in time for a spectacular sunset, resulting in a double rainbow over the center of uptown Hillsboro prior to William Michael Morgan’s performance at the 2017 Festival of the Bells. As clouds cleared, many festival-goers had their cellphones out to record and share the sight. David Wright | The Times-Gazette