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Turtle Creek
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No way! This must be photo-shopped! Hope the turtles are holding ground in this rushing creek!
05/Apr/10 12:42 AM
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I was thinking the same thing, Vici. This HAS to be photoshopped. Rainbows don't really look like that.
05/Apr/10 3:34 AM
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Maybe the rainbow is created by the falls, otherwise, I've never heard of a rainbow so close to the ground. It is a beautiful picture and I managed to put it together in 15 moves!
05/Apr/10 7:41 AM
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I agree no name for us to ask!
05/Apr/10 7:41 AM
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It would be lovely without the rainbow!
05/Apr/10 8:25 AM
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I agree with Gramma Linda. Rainbows can be created by the mist of a waterfall, but I've never seen one as vivid as this one.
05/Apr/10 11:03 AM
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The scientist in me notes that in real rainbows, one side or the other is significantly brighter than the other. In this photo, the backgrounds remain the same intensity on both sides of the rainbow.
I predict by the end of this century, you will not be able to trust any photograph or video to represent the truth, as the fakery will be utterly seamless.
05/Apr/10 12:38 PM
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