No double rainbow here!

Spectators in Avalon were in awe as they witnessed a phenomenon that many don't even know of.

The rare fire rainbow was captured by Twitter user @packyM on the beach in Avalon near 64th Street, according to 6ABC News.

Just to be clear, fire and rainbows are in no way apart of this amazing rare event.

According to IFLScience, they are "known as circumhorizontal arcs and can occur when the sun has risen higher than 58° in the sky."

Nature is just fascinating, isn't it?

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