Amanda Curtis, CEO of a fashion company in New York, posted a picture of four rainbows to Twitter
"I had a small moment of awe," she said
Somewhere over the rainbow, people on the Internet are losing their minds. Is it real?
After the New York area received a large amount of rain, four rainbows stretched across the early morning sky on Tuesday.
Amanda Curtis, CEO of a fashion company in New York, snapped the lucky shot.
At first, she thought it was just one.
“But I looked a little bit closer and saw that there were actually four,” she told CNN. “I had a small moment of awe.”
She posted the picture to Twitter, and within a few hours, it had already received hundreds of retweets.
“It’s been surreal I feel like we’re breaking the Internet but in a really great way,” she told CNN affiliate WPIX.
According to CNN weather producer Rachel Aissen, this would be a double rainbow that has been reflected in the sky, due to a smooth body of water underneath the rainbow.
This isn’t the first time rainbows have shown up in multiples. But the splendor of such a scene can render us speechless, even emotional – much like the star of the famous “double rainbow” video.
Of course, we asked the unofficial rainbow spokesman to weigh in on the phenomenon.
“Whoa, that’s a quadruple rainbow! All the way,” he exclaims. “What does it mean?”
We don’t know exactly, but the Internet can’t get enough.