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79 Amazing Instagrams, Vines, and Twitpics of the (double!) Boston Double Rainbow

Posted by Carly Carioli  June 17, 2013 09:59 PM

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Ho hum. Another day, another outrageously gorgeous, crystal clear double rainbow in downtown Boston. The last time this happened, Boston was caught unawares. This time: everybody whipped out the cameras. And we mean everybody. So many everybodies that we caught more than a few people pleading for -- come on, now -- less rainbows, at least on twitter. Who hates on rainbows? Who does that? Well, after checking out all 80+ amazing social-media posts below . . . maybe you? Only in Boston, Boston.

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