What’s that reflecting from the moon!?! It’s a moonbow. Sometimes it’s called a white bow because the colors are hard to see. Where you have water, or water falls and bright moon light, you might be privileged to see a moonbow.
I’m only 174 miles from Corbin, Kentucky where Cumberland Falls State Park is. As the sign says the Cumberland Falls Moonbow appears here. It’s the only one in the Western Hemisphere.
The picture is shot full of stars, and mid-way down you can see the moonbow.
The color appears brighter, but the stars are still obvious.
To accompany view the other pictures, a little Piano Guys electronic cello music inspired by Beethoven.