Bridalveil Rainbows

Benjamin Padgett

Las Vegas, United States

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View of double rainbows at the base of Bridalveil Fall in Yosemite National Park. The colorful rainbows are real and have been isolated in the digital darkroom for visual effect. The 620’ tall waterfall was originally named “Pohono” by Native Americans, which translates to “the spirit of the puffing wind”. The mist at this location is overwhelming in the Spring, requiring rain gear and camera waterproofing.

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