Backflip Subsun Combo
Taken by Göran Strand on February 8, 2018 @ Åre, Sweden
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This is my first ever backflip subsun combo. The backflips are quite common but the subsun are definitely more rare. The subsun is the bright Sun reflection beneath the horizon. Its visible when tiny flat ice crystals in the air below you and the Sun reflects the light in the same way a big mirror would do.

Photographer Göran Strand, Sweden
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