I could probably post a daily picture of a Hawaiian rainbow, and each would be prettier than the last. It rains here nearly every day, thanks to the steep mountains that wring fresh water out of the wispy clouds that wreath the highlands while the rest of the island is in sunshine.
When I got married in Hawaii, I was told that it's a good omen if it rains on on your wedding day and, as it's very likely that it will, most brides can be confident of a blessing. The rain here is warm and the water is all that sustains the lush life that flourishes here; situated thousands of miles out in the ocean, these islands would be deserts instead of lush gardens but for the rain.
Because rainbows are a daily feature of life here, one can quickly become a connoisseur of these evanescent arcs of color. Double rainbows are also fairly common, like this one, even though it didn't photograph well.
Rainbows are joyous things, aren't they? But, what about these Islands isn't, come to think of it?