Light bends. Think rainbow-colored Gumby. It can move around corners if you pass it through a prism (refraction) or bounce it off a mirror (reflection). It will even split into separate colors or dance around a ballroom. It brings us the day and ushers in the night. Light is handy to have on a camping trip on a moonless evening. But it’s best when you add rain and strong sunlight at the same time. Refract on that a while.
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I ever took the same moment several years ago, but after rain and in my country. It’s absolutely wonderful.
Every time I see a rainbow I stop and pause and look and flashback to Judy Garlands rendition of “Over the Rainbow” so “Birds fly over the rainbow, why, then oh why can’t I?”
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I still remember when my mom tell that rainbow is made of seven angels’ shawls. There’s a golden bowl on its end. Hehehe..