Regnbogi (e. Rainbow) the skrímsli was formed in the shadows from the flickering light of an oil lamp in a turf house close to Gullfoss, the golden waterfalls. As sunrays meet the drizzle from the waterfalls colourful rainbows are formed.
The master of the house belonged to the most important family in the south. He dressed in the finest of garments and decorated himself with silver, gold and expensive fur. He would host big celebrations for the farmers in the region and Regnbogi joined the singing and the dancing.
Regnbogi brings joy and beauty to those around him. He encourages us to celebrate our life. He is flamboyant and has the ability to heal with colours. He is a skrímsli of celebration and happiness.