7 Rare Rainbow Formations →
7 Rare Rainbow Formations Circular rainbows: Most of the rainbows we see are actually arcs of perfect circles (with, accordingly, radii of exactly 42 degrees). Secondary rainbows: Primary rainbows are often accompanied by secondary rainbows that are usually thinner and dimmer than the main rainbow. They display the spectrum in reverse order from that of a primary rainbow. Red...
When I get ready for a party:
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At a Pet Shop:
When I was 5: When I was 10: Today:
My Curly Hair
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When your mom was going to take a picture of you:
When you were little: When you’re older: