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On Peace Stars and Rainbows — 2 Comments

  1. I have twice seen a moonbow, both times in England where the description “showery with clear spells” pretty much describes the weather there all the time. A moonbow is pure magic – much dimmer than a rainbow, but alive with a silvery (dare I say “elvish”?) shimmer. Observing a moonbow with the fairytale landscape of moonlit rural England beneath it, you begin to realize where all those stories came from.

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