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Rainbows can often be seen in the spray and mist coming from larger waterfalls, as here at Takakkaw Falls, Canada.

Photo by Michael Rogers, 2004, who retains copyright and releases the image under the GFDL.

Source: english wikipedia, original upload 1 September 2004 by en:User:Mjrogers50

Edited by Fir0002 - fixed poor clone job off original

Waterfall location:

Camera location

51° 29′ 59.00″ N, 116° 28′ 22.00″ W

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Camera location

51° 29′ 53.00″ N, 116° 28′ 58.00″ W

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