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A rainbow of color from Glassell Park to Lincoln Heights

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Silver Lake blogger Edwardson  described it as a “big-ass” rainbow.  ”Super-dooper” is what Martha Benedict of Montecito Heights called it. No matter what words were used, the sight of single and double rainbows leaping across the late afternoon skies today was a breathtaking sight.  One rainbow appeared to be anchored in Glassell Park on the west and Lincoln Heights but residents from far and wide enjoyed the show.

b0a448023c rainbow 8770 A rainbow of color from Glassell Park to Lincoln Heights  photoFaint double rainbow as viewed from Montecito Heights. Photo by Martha Benedict

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Yes, even more rainbows. Click on the link below.

7317980e45 UniversityHills A rainbow of color from Glassell Park to Lincoln Heights  photoRainbow as seen from the University Hills section of El Sereno. Photo by Lisa Catalano

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 A rainbow of color from Glassell Park to Lincoln Heights  photo

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