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A moonbow (rainbow by night obv!), courtesy of Wowwww!

Yosemite Falls Moonbow -On certain bright, moonlit nights, a rare phenomenon known as a "moonbow" occurs at the Yosemite Falls. A moonbow is basically a rainbow created by the light of the moon as it sets. It only happens a few times each year and conditions have to be just right: There must be clear skies, enough water in the falls to create an adequate mist, and bright moonlight that is not blocked by the surrounding mountains.

Lunar Rainbow (Moonbow) over Yosemite Falls (by Jim Goldstein)

Winter scenic at night with light through trees and mist.

Pretty place and sun light!

The valley of the rainbow..

morning light / sol exposure

3/17/14 7:58a The Moon: It's Growing Up You have to let it go. White nights by Juanfer Penagos

a rare phenomenon in the Arctic sky - white arc known as "foggy" rainbow