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On a sunny day, you can often find a rainbow over the rear section of Paterson Great Falls National Park.
I was visiting the park for the Native American Heritage celebration and walked over the bridge to this section. We’d had a downpour the night before so there was a lot of water cascading and creating mist. The mist acts as a prism and creates the rainbow.
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Paterson Great Falls posts:
- Paterson Great Falls
- Native American Heritage at the falls
- Overlook Park
- Waterfall Wednesday
Location: 72 McBride Avenue Extension, Paterson, NJ
Designation: National Historical Park
Date designated or established: 11/7/2011
Date of my visit: 11/4/2018
14 thoughts on “Paterson Great Falls: Waterfall Wednesday”
Great rainbow pictures!
Thanks so much!
Very nice shots 👍
Wow -amazing pictures!!
Thanks so much!😊
WOW! What a beautiful place! Thank you for sharing!
What pretty pictures! The rainbows are wonderful, and the Autumn foliage seems to match in color. Thank you for sharing!
Thanks so much! It is in an urban area, so there isn’t much foliage, but what there was cooperated nicely for me that day😊
I love rainbows, and you captured them beautifully!
Thank you 🌈
wow.. love the rainbows.. very well done