Taken by Esmeralda Sosa on January 11, 2018 @ ROSARIO - ARGENTINA
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A fine and well-coloured 22 degrees display with traces of the ring, both of the parhelia (sun dogs), and the upper tangent arc. A diffuse sun pillar seems to be in the display too. And quite likely the circumzenithal arc might have been in the display too, however outside of the upper edge of the image and so not visible here. The greenish spot is a lens flare.
Posted by pphv 2019-01-13 09:02:41
thanks pphv !
Posted by esplaobs 2019-01-13 10:01:47
if you see the video you see the circumzenital arc too
Posted by esplaobs 2019-01-13 10:03:09
Great, that is a bright one. And there seems to be a faint halo piece just splitting off right of the circumzenithal arc, which might be determined as a fragment of the 46 degrees supralateral arc.
Posted by pphv 2019-01-14 09:26:50
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