Just saw this article from Newser. Got it from a link on USA Today. Don’t know anything about Newser, but I have to say I’m disappointed in USDA Today for linking to garbage. Are there no fact checkers left? So, the article claims that moonbows are reliably visible at only two places in the world: Cumberland Read more... you know you want to.
I’ve been trying to see and photograph the moonbow at Rainbow Falls for 25 years. A moonbow is different from a rainbow only in that the light being refracted and reflected comes from the moon instead of the sun. So most anywhere that you can see a rainbow, you can also see a moonbow if Read more... you know you want to.