Circumzenith Halo
Taken by Howard Rowe on November 12, 2017 @ Bayfield, CO
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  Camera Used: Panasonic DMC-TS3
Exposure Time: 10/3200
Aperture: f/10.0
ISO: 100
Date Taken: 2017:11:12 16:27:42
 
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A white halo passed through brilliant sundogs on both sides of the sun, and then extended and converged entirely around the horizon. An additional rainbow-colored, sun-centered halo was visible just inside the sundogs. Two rainbow-colored arcs are visible below and above the circumzenith halo. Neither of these arcs are centered on either the sun, the anti-solar point, nor the zenith.
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A lot of rare phenomena here. The bright white circle is a parhelic circle, not a circumhorizon arc.
Posted by Radeq 2017-11-13 04:43:44
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