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  • Cami Brown

    moonbow pictures - Bing Images

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    Double Moonbow

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    A RAINBOW AT NIGHT (3/26/11) Ethan Tweedie of Kamuela, Hawaii, recorded this spectacular example of a rainbow long after dark. "It was a moonbow," explains Tweedie. The bright moon played the role of sun, illuminating nightime raindrops falling through the damp Hawaiian air. "I've been trying to photograph a moonbow for a long time. Last night I was driving back from the Volcano there it was!" Tweedie's long exposure revealed something even more rare: a secondary moonbow.

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If it doesn't inspire you, rethink it, leave it, move closer to it, dream with it at a distance, retell it, anything, but do something! Because otherwise it is just a thing, and you were just a person who saw it and did nothing.

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