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Photos: The End of the Rainbow Found Behind the Hollywood Sign

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Now here's a real treat. Photographer Mike Meadows, who is known for his fabulous work of the Los Angeles Fire Department in action, yesterday caught some amazing photos of the Hollywood Sign and Griffith Park, as first pointed out by KNBC's Robert Kovacik.

First there's the photo of the rainbow seemingly ending behind the Hollywood Sign (you're going to have to use some ninja skills to allude police and motion sensors to get that gold!). Then there's an overloading sensory image of a rainbow, the Hollywood Sign, a helicopter and lightning. Lastly, Meadows caught another great lightning strike over Griffith Park. Enjoy!

Previously: Photos: Double Rainbows and Vanilla Skies Across L.A.