Paul L. Vasquez, who shot “Double Rainbow” video, dies at 57

Paul L. Vasquez, who rose to fame in 2010 for his “Double Rainbow” video, died Saturday at the age of 57, local time, according tomedia CNET. Vasquez discussed health issues on his Facebook page and noted that COVID-19 tests were under way, but the cause of death has not been released.

His famous “Double Rainbow” video was one of the first to become famous. Double rainbows aren’t uncommon, but Vasquez’s video outside Yosemite National Park in California has made him an internet celebrity. Obviously, the video is interesting, but it also feels incredibly warm and sincere: “double rainbow all way!” “

Five years ago, CNN wrote about Vasquez’s “Where is now” in which he likened his double rainbow moments to a “religious experience.” After becoming famous online, he appeared on Jimmy Kimmel’s show and even appeared in a Microsoft ad.