Irish Rainbow

Photos by Marlena Sloss/The Herald
Pat Gress of Ireland drives a giant rainbow past the Grace and Truth Church to place on the corner of Walnut Street and Green Street in Ireland on Tuesday. Gress, who made the rainbow in 2016 for the Ireland Bicentennial, moved the rainbow out of storage in preparation for Ireland's St. Patrick's Celebrations which begin this Friday. Gress said the rainbow has become a popular spot for people to take photographs. "People appreciate it," he said.

 

Pat Gress of Ireland checks that the road is clear while moving a giant rainbow to place on the corner of Walnut Street and Green Street in Ireland on Tuesday.



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