Sun Pillar
Taken by Marek Nikodem on May 13, 2019 @ near Szubin, Poland
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In recent days in Poland you can observe very bright and strong sun pillars.They form because atmosphere is cold, ice then forms flat six-sided crystals as it falls from high-level clouds.
This was Inspiring a moment of quiet contemplation, the sunset scene included a remarkable strong sun pillar of light that seemed to connect the clouds in the sky with the horizon.
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