• Sunlight gets reflected inside raindrops.

    Raindrops act like concave mirrors, reflecting an inverted image of the sun, but due to refraction we percieve light of different wavelengths from different raindrops, depending on their angle of view. Our eyes don't recognize the sun because the image is both inverted and distorted. But its obvious that what we see are millions of tiny reflections.

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