Occasionally conditions are such that a rainbow forms. Generally this occurs when a late afternoon rain shower is followed immediately by clear skies. I suppose this could also happen in the morning but our weather generally comes from the west and in order to see a rainbow you have to be located between the sun and the rain. At any rate, rainbows are awesome.
This particular specimen was cool because it was a partial double rainbow. One side appeared to end near the big Bur Oak tree out in my field, and the other side (pictured) ended in the front yard of the trailer house across the street from me. I checked and there was no pot of gold or any Leprechauns under the Bur Oak so it must have been at the trailer. Dang the luck!