Halo Display With Suncave Parry Arc And 120 Degrees Parhelia
Taken by Peter Paul Hattinga Verschure on August 7, 2016 @ Deventer
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  Camera Used: SAMSUNG GT-S6500D
Exposure Time: 1/3600
Aperture: f/2.6
ISO: 100
Date Taken: 2016:08:07 17:37:55
 
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Unusual bright suncave Parry arc. It was narrow and very bright spectrally coloured. The arc was not separate from the 22 degrees upper tangent arc since the sun elevation was nearby 49 degrees, but the shape of its extensions made me identify it as the Parry arc. The contrast in the image has been strengthened to make better visible the shape of the arc. At the left a trace of 22 degrees parhelion is present too.
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