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On the descent down to the base of McKenzie Falls in the Grampians National Park, we noticed that the sun was at the right angle (the falls are quite hemmed in and the sun needs to be quite high in the sky) to create a rainbow in the lower reaches of the falls, where there is a concentration of moisture in the air (hmm, I'm not a scientist, but I think that's why!) I took several shots at the bottom of the falls, but wasn't all that enamoured by most of them, but I guess this is a little different, so I thought I'd share it...

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