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Leprechauns Hide Treasures in LA!

Thanks to all the leprechauns for tonight’s St. Patrick’s Day rainbow!

Rainbow 3-17-12 by RayRaepix.com

Rae Ray says “I will forever kick myself every time I see these shots for not having my fisheye! The only other time I’ve seen one this big and colorful is only a vague childhood memory. The thing was so huge it looked like it went from about El Segundo to Griffith Park, about 2/3rds of the easterly horizon. It was a double rainbow for awhile too!”

PS! You can buy a huge print of it here!

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