During the spring in Yosemite, you can! They're called moonbows. They occur during a full moon when the waterfalls are rushing and causing lots of mist. Then you need a clear night and the angle between moon, photographer, and mist to be 42 degrees.
I visited Yosemite in April of 2022 with the singular goal of getting a moonbow picture. My first night, clouds were just clearing as the moon rose. In fact, moonrise was completely obscured.
A thin haze of clouds washed the entire sky. The other photographers at the bridge where Lower Yosemite Falls crash into the rocks were not optimistic. As the predicted time approached, the light of the Pink Moon strengthened, and I started to make out a thin white arc forming in the mist. For the next hour, I shot the moonbow as it moved and danced with the mist.
Sound challenging? It's definitely something you have to plan for. You can't see the colors with the naked eye, and sometimes it's hard to even see if it's there. Your camera has to pick it up. A common experience was people standing there, looking at the falls in the dark, somewhat overwhelmed. Then they'd take a shot and look at they're picture of the moonbow on their viewfinder and say, "Oh...wow!
All my prints are available in different sizes to complement the space you’re decorating:
12" x 12"
20" x 20"
Different materials bring the art to life with different details and textures:
Museum quality, semi-glossy paper
Frames are aluminum or wood with shatterproof, transparent plexiglass
Frames and print are delivered separate and need to be assemled
Metallic prints are glare-free aluminum dibond
Acrylic - light and shatterproof
Canvas print with FSC® certified wood frame
Everything you need to hang your print comes with your shipment
What's great about open editions, you ask?
Open editions highlight some of the amazing places I've been lucky enough to experience. They're perfect for collecting on a budget.