For those who like to start their day with something mindblowing: here's your chance to start today with four.
If you go to Skógafoss—a waterfall in the south of Iceland—when the full moon is shining bright during the aurora season, perhaps you would catch this magical scene. And meet an elvish princess who looks like Björk.
If ever there existed some sort of critical threshold of awesome that nature photos were required to abide by, I'm pretty sure this picture would blow it right out of the sky. (Click here for a hi-res version.)
This is not a rainbow. It's a moonbow, an extremely rare atmospheric phenomenon caused by the near-full moon that it's extremely hard to catch. So hard, in fact, that you can only see its colors thanks to long-exposure photography.