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These pictures of a double rainbow in Hong Kong will make you fall in love with the city all over again

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Source: Coconuts Hong Kong

Double rainbow spotted in Ma Wan on June 16, 2020. Photo: Facebook/Lui Ching

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Hong Kong has been 

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 lately. Two weekends ago, the observatory hoisted the first black rainstorm warning in three years. Last Saturday, a typhoon battered the city.  

The weather gods must have heard our complaining. Yesterday, after a noon downpour, a stunning double rainbow lit up still-stormy skies. The touch of color was a sight for us—and our smartphones—to behold. 

In the New Territories town of Sham Tseng, the light reflected in the surrounding waters created the illusion of an almost 270-degree rainbow. The arch framed a four-lane highway, the iconic Tsing Ma bridge and towering apartment blocks blessed with a view. Another photo taken in Ma Wan shows the double rainbow over the Tsing Ma Bridge…  which still managed to filter through overcast skies in Yuen Long.

On Cheung Chau island, a rainbow overlooked the village’s fishing port and brought light to a hazy sky. In Tsim Sha Tsui, home to tourist icons like museums, the Avenue of Stars and countless luxury malls, it was the rainbow across the Victoria Harbor that stole the show.

A ferry ride away in Central, a double rainbow proved a symbol of hope for pro-democracy protesters gathered at IFC shopping mall, where they were marking the anniversary of a 

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 against an unpopular extradition bill last summer. Between singing protest songs and chanting slogans, they stopped to take a picture of the rainbow through the mall’s floor-to-ceiling windows.

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the rainbow scenery looks pretty nice. I would want to see that at the spot and the effects looks pretty good. 

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Aw, such a beautiful picture, I sure miss Hong Kong, wonder when will I get to visit again. 

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wow i love the photos! you don't get to see a full rainbow and to have a mirror image of it makes it even more special thanks for sharing!

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How I wish I was in Hongkong to capture this fantastic moment. Rainbows always intrigue me. Have never seen double rainbow this far, certainly a very  rare chance.

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