Monday, September 21, 2009

A moonbow (or lunar rainbow) is caused by light reflected off of the surface of the moon.

The faintness of the light makes them difficult to see. Moonbows reoccur naturally in very few places. Your best bets? Cumberland Falls, in Kentucky, or Victoria Falls, in southern Africa.

Moonbow over Victoria Falls, Photo by Calvin Bradshaw

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