Lightning strike and rainbow pictured during rainstorm in Haikou
These stormy skies above Haikou, China, are pictured being punctuated by flashes of spidery lightning and bizarrely, a rainbow.
The phenomena were captured clashing dramatically amidst the ominous purple clouds during a rainstorm earlier this week.
Lightning generally occurs during storms, while rainbows tend to form after the rain has stopped, making this simultaneous appearance of both relatively rare.
Earlier this year student Matt Wilkes survived being struck by lightning twice – a feat he put down to the £3 umbrella hat he was wearing at the time.
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