A REAL life version of an iconic Pink Floyd album has been captured in the Peak District.
The Dark Side of the Moon album, which is almost half a century old, depicts white light passing through a prism to for form bright colors of the spectrum.
It has now been pictured in real life in the skies of Derbyshire – however appears to be the wrong way round.
Photographer Mike Hutton, 45, caught the clone from the top of Rushup Edge, in the Peak District.
Mike said: “The photo was taken in the late afternoon during a period of intense rain showers and intermittent sun.
“I was astonished when I later realised the rainbow and beams of light resembled the album cover.
“I’m a big fan of Pink Floyd and to me this became ‘The Dark Side of the Peak.’
“I remember thinking how amazing it would be to create a photograph with a rainbow over the dominating peak of Lose Hill.
“It took repeated visits over seven years and hours of waiting out in rain and sun to eventually capture the image.”