What you you get when you cross a full moon and the torrential flow of Lower Yosemite Fall? If you are lucky, a lunar rainbow.
Lunar rainbows or “moonbows” are rare natural phenomena that occur when the the light from the Moon is refracted by water droplets in the air. To create a moonbow, the following conditions must occur:
Luckily, that was the case in April 2016 at Lower Yosemite Fall.
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