Double Rainbow – Double Schooners

The Ardelle and the Lannon Schooners encountered a Double rainbow during their race in Gloucester Harbor


About Manuel F. Simoes

Retired Business Software Consultant
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17 Responses to Double Rainbow – Double Schooners

  1. Wm. Skipper Publicover says:

    Spectacular Scene, Gloucester on parade !

  2. Anonymous says:

    What a great backdrop for two majestic beauties!!

  3. Pete Hayes says:

    Nice shots we had a great time in the Schooner Challenge, on Ardelle last night. To bad Fame was forced back to Salem due to the t-storms.
    Most vivid rainbows I think I’ve ever seen!

  4. Lora M Kling says:

    Wow! So, when will the prints be available for purchase? Incredible magic and beauty!!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Nice shots Manny!

  6. Jenn Cullen says:

    Wowza – amazing!!!!

  7. schooner39 says:

    Nice going Manny. Thanks for being in the right place at the right time.

  8. Anthony Marks says:

    Great photos Manny. Looks like the schooner Thomas Lannon gets the pot of gold.

  9. E.J. says:

    Amazing shots Manny, especially that 2nd one which looks like the Ardelle and Lannon are about to be beamed up, or just beamed down.

  10. Enjoying these Manny, thanks

  11. Deborah E. Kidder says:

    OK, this was a magical night I saw double rainbows posted from Glouster to Boston this night. These must be shared universally. So serendipitous. From San Francisco, with love and longing,
    Deborah Kidder

  12. RosaInGlousta says:

    Phenomenal pictures. Great Job!

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