Until the very end.
Dean Winchester as described by Dean Winchester
Sam Winchester as described by Sam Winchester
Darkness will become light, light will fall into darkness.
~*~*~*~i’m doing a giveaway!~*~*~*~
this giveaway is for an altoids tin filled with three random little cats!
it will end tuesday july 31 at 11:00 AM MST
and to be entered you must reblog this post. and you are welcome to reblog it as many times as you’d like.
i’ll send an ask to the winner when they are chosen so make sure your ask box is OPEN.
if i don’t receive an address to send it to within 48 hours of sending the ask, i’ll pick someone else.
also please don’t ask for a specific cat because i have like… 40, and i may not have any of the cats in these pictures.
Because you’re all great I’m giving away a copy of Tales of Vesperia: The First Strike OST. The CD has only been opened once and tested to make sure it works fine (which it does). A winner will be chosen by a random number generator on 1st August. Some rules though!
- Only one reblog a day. Likes don’t count. I will be checking!
- You don’t have to be following but I wouldn’t mind some more Tales fans :D
- I will ship worldwide for free
- The winner must have their Ask open so I can contact them. If they don’t then I shall select a different winner.
- It’ll end on Wednesday August 1st 12 noon GMT
I think that’s pretty much it. If there’s anything I’ve missed just message me!
The fire rainbow is the rarest of all naturally occurring phenomena. The clouds must be cirrus and at an altitude of 20,000 feet at least. There must be just the right amount of ice crystals present, as well.
The sun has to hit the clouds at exactly 58 degrees. It makes the rainbow appear to be on fire, hence the name. It’s actually cold as ice, though. In the weather world, the phenomena is known as a circumhorizontal arc.
It isn’t a traditional rainbow, per se, but an effect that happens when light passes through wispy cirrus clouds at high altitudes. Even more specifically, the hexagonal ice crystals that make up the cirrus clouds must be shaped like thick plates with their faces parallel to the ground for the fire rainbow to appear.
The light enters through a vertical side face of the hexagon and leaves through the bottom causing the light to refract, or bend, like in a prism. If the crystals are aligned precisely, then the whole cloud lights up as a rainbow.